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August 7, 2012

County man injured in automobile accident

RUSH SPRINGS — A Rush Springs man was injured in an automobile accident Sunday night. According to investigating Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Steven Mitchell, excessive speed is to blame. Jason Michael Mallory, 31, was driving a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer westbound on Cox City Road, 2.1 miles east of County Street 2876 in Grady County,  when his vehicle left the roadway to the right, came back across the center line, overturning once, leaving the roadway to the left. The vehicle then struck a road sign before coming to rest on the roadside.

Mallory was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital by Rush Springs EMS. He was transferred to OU Medical Center by Chickasha EMS where he was admitted with trunk, internal and heal injuries. He was listed in fair condition.

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