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UTICA, OK -- An elderly man is dead after being trapped under a car in Utica Oklahoma just southeast of Durant. 

The Utica Fire Department responded to the 900 block of Main Street after getting a call about a man trapped underneath a car. 

Law enforcement says the man was declared dead at the scene and that's when the Bryan County Sheriff's Office was called to investigate. 

"Things may appear to be an accident, we want to cover all corners, and we owe it to the family and to the deceased to make sure that his death happened the way it happened and not some other way," said Bryan County Detective Nathan Calloway.

The Oklahoma highway patrol and the medical examiner were also called in to investigate.