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Bixby Man Dies In Tulsa County Crash

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Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers say a Bixby man died after a three car crash in Tulsa County.

It happened Tuesday just before 7 a.m. on Highway 169 near 56th St. North.

An accident report indicates three cars were going north on Highway 169 when one car swerved to avoid debris in the road.

All three cars collided.

Tristan Stauffer, 29, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The other two drivers were hurt, but will be ok.

Troopers say everyone was wearing a seat belt.

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