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Two People Arrested After Hit and Run Accident

Two people are in the Wichita County Jail after a hit-and-run collision Thursday morning.

The drivers of a Chevy Cobalt and a Honda Accord collided near Southwest Parkway and Fairway. Wichita Falls Police say the driver of the Honda hit a light pole while the driver of the Chevy took off.

Evelyn Jaramillo was charged with Driving While Intoxicated. Joshua Elijah Webb was booked on a charge of Accident Involving Damage to a Vehicle. 
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