A 19-year-old man from Hardesty is dead after his pickup ran off a Rural Texas County Road.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Justin Shelton was driving his pickup about 6 miles south of Hardesty when the accident happened Wednesday afternoon.
Troopers say that after Shelton's pickup ran off the road, it hit a bridge embankment and continued along the railing before falling from the bridge.
The pickup came to rest on its top in a dry creekbed.
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