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LAWTON, OK. (THECOUNT) –Longtime Lawton Police Department officer, C.H. Brazzel, died in a Monday morning single-vehicle crash while off-duty in eastern Comanche County, Oklahoma. He was 70.
According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Brazzel was operating a vehicle on SE 165th near Woodlawn Road in Lawton, when he was killed in a single-vehicle crash.
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Police say, Brazzel was traveling in a pickup truck pulling a trailer, when for unknown reasons, the vehicle crossed centerline and exited the roadway on SE 165th 11 a.m. Monday morning. The vehicle then made contact with a fence before coming to a rest against some trees.
OHP is continuing to investigate the cause of the wreck.
Geo quick facts: Lawton is a city in southwest Oklahoma. Interactive exhibits at the Museum of the Great Plains include a trading post and a schoolhouse. Tribal, religious and military objects at the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center explore Native American history. The adjacent Elmer Thomas Park includes Lake Helen, a playground and paths. Northwest, the Lake Lawtonka area is popular for water sports, hiking and camping – wikipedia.