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Waurika Woman Dies after Her Kia Hits a Deer, Then SUV Head-On

A 66-year-old Waurika Woman died Monday night in Stephens County when she hit a deer then came back on the road and hit a SUV head-on.
A 66-year-old Waurika Woman died Monday night in Stephens County when she hit a deer then came back on the road and hit a SUV head-on.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Alma Lindesmith was going southbound on Highway 81 just south of Comanche when her Kia struck a deer, left the roadway, then came back on the highway, crossed the center line and collided with a northbound suburban.

Troopers say she was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from a rear passenger window and pinned underneath the Kia. She was pronounced dead at the scene from massive injuries.

The driver of the suburban, 59-year-old James Faubion of Enid, was admitted to Duncan Regional Hospital with head injuries and listed in critical condition Monday night. No updates on his condition were available as of Tuesday.

A passenger in the suburban was treated and released for arm injuries.
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