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ATV Accident In Bryan Co. Sends Teen To Hospital

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BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- An ATV accident at Lake Texoma on Sunday sends a teenager to the hospital.

It happened around 3:30 p.m. along the beach near Platter Flats.

The 15-year-old boy hurt his back and neck and a helicopter landed to take him to TMC.

Army Corps assistant lake manager B.J. Parkey says no ATVs are allowed at Lake Texoma.

Troopers say the boy from Frisco drove through a wooded area and went off a 15-foot embankment, landing on the beach below.