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Two Adults, Baby Involved In Crash Near McLoud

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A man, woman, and baby were involved in a crash early Thursday morning on I-40 near McLoud. A man, woman, and baby were involved in a crash early Thursday morning on I-40 near McLoud.
McLOUD, Oklahoma -

A family is recovering following a crash early Thursday morning on the same stretch of Interstate 40 that saw another dangerous accident several hours earlier.

Just after 1 a.m., a pickup truck hit a steamroller in a construction zone near McLoud in Pottawatomie County. The truck flipped and trapped the occupants inside.

People passing by stopped to help and pulled the baby out before emergency crews arrived. A woman was pulled from the wreckage and flown by medical helicopter to a hospital. At last check, she was in critical condition.

The man was also taken to a hospital. News 9 has learned the baby appeared to be okay at the scene.

Wednesday afternoon, there was another accident in the same area. No one was hurt.

10/16/2013 Related Story: Accident On I-40 Eastbound Backs Up Traffic Near McLoud

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