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Two people killed in collision in Norman

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NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Two men parked in a pickup truck on the shoulder of Interstate 35 in Norman were killed after a three-vehicle collision near the Highway 77 exit.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 69-year-old Jack Webb of Moore and 67-year-old Orville Burr were pronounced dead on arrival Tuesday at Norman Regional Hospital.

The OHP says a red compact car traveling south in the exit lane veered into the middle lane of the interstate and caused the three-car collision. A car traveling in the middle lane swerved into the outside lane and hit a pickup truck that then traveled into the shoulder and struck the truck Webb and Burr were sitting in.

After the collision, the patrol says Burr was ejected through the back window of the truck.

The OHP says neither Burr nor Webb were wearing seat belts.

The patrol says the red car that caused the accident continued south in I-35 without stopping.
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