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OHP: Man Killed In Bryan Co. Crash Was Driving Under The Influence

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A Mead, Oklahoma, man, suspected of driving under the influence (DUI), was killed after crashing his vehicle Saturday night.

It happened just after 10 p.m. on a county road two miles north of Mead in Bryan County. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP), 40-year-old Travis Lee Sanford was driving a 2005 Ford Fusion northbound on the county road, when he “passed out at the wheel.”

Troopers said Sanford lost control of the car. It then ran off the roadway to the right, hitting several trees. The car rolled before coming to rest on the driver’s side.

Sanford was pronounced dead at the scene due to internal and head injuries. He was taken to Brown’s Funeral Home.

Troopers listed the condition of the driver at the time of the crash as “DUI” in the collision report. The cause of the collision is also listed as “DUI.”

Sanford was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the collision.

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