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October 27th, 2021

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An Oklahoma man who was injured in an accident Oct. 1 in Texas County, Okla., has now died.

Last Friday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol updated their initial report on the accident, saying the driver in the one-vehicle accident, 69-year-old Frank Kent Magner of Lexington, Okla., died Oct. 2 at Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo, Texas.

OHP reported shortly before 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1, a 2016 Dodge Ram was eastbound on U.S. Highway 412 nearly four and a half miles east of Hardesty, Okla.

OHP said the pickup hydroplaned and went off the north side of the highway, rolling two complete times, hitting a tree and coming to rest on its wheels.

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Magner was transported by Guymon, Okla., EMS to Memorial Hospital of Texas County in Guymon. He was admitted in critical condition with head, arm and trunk internal injuries. OHP said he was extricated by the Hardesty and Hooker, Okla., fire departments using the Hurst Tool.

A passenger in the vehicle, Rose Rainmorningstar Magner, 19, was treated on the scene for minor injuries.

OHP said conditions were rainy at the time of the accident, and the road was wet. Seat belts were equipped and in use.

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