MARIETTA, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Comanche man died Monday in a fatal accident in Love County in southern Oklahoma.
Troopers say unsafe speed may have caused the accident that killed Michael Glenn Thompson about 3:30 on Monday afternoon.
The patrol believes Thompson was driving a semi west on a county road and failed to negotiate a curve.
Investigators say the vehicle ran off the road and eventually rolled one-and-a-half times, partially throwing Thompson from the vehicle.
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