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Police: Man In Custody After Intentionally Hitting Victim With Car In Moore

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A man has been taken into custody after police said he intentionally hit another man with a car, severely injuring him in a Moore, Oklahoma, neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.

According to police, emergency crews are on the scene of the crash in the 500 block of Cross Timbers. Police told News 9 that two men got into a fight and one man hit the other one with a car. 

The victim has been transported to OU Medical Center, suffering from severe injuries.

The suspect has been taken into custody. Police have not identified the men at this time. 

Stay with us for updates. 

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