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UPDATE: Rollover Accident

One man is dead after an early morning accident.

Wichita County Sheriff's Deputies said the accident happened around 8:15a.m. on Monday on I-44.

Kyle Houston first crashed his car and when a woman went to check on him he assaulted her and stole her vehicle.  The 44-year-old then took off in the stolen vehicle on a southbound service road in the wrong direction.  The car went off road and into a field.  The vehicle hit a culvert, kept going across Daniels Road, hit another culvert, and flipped over.

Witnesses said Houston was going between 80 and 100 miles per hour.  He was ejected from the vehicle and authorities did CPR before rushing him to the hospital.  He was later pronounced dead.

His body has been sent to Tarrant County for autopsy.

Stay with Newschannel 6 for all the latest information.

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