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Golf Course Accident

Wichita Falls Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle involved in a late night accident at The Champions Course at Weeks Park.

Wichita Falls Police and M.S.U. Police on scene said the driver of a silver SUV was driving north on Midwestern Parkway just before 11 p.m. Monday night. Police said the driver hit the curb, jumped the median, and went through the fence onto the golf course.

The passenger in the vehicle was detained at the scene, and the driver ran from the vehicle on foot.

The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

 

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