Huge wild hog causes rollover crash in Oklahoma

A hog measuring 7-feet-long was struck by a vehicle Aug. 16 in LeFlore County. (OHP)

A large wild hog caused a rollover crash Thursday in southeastern Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has released photos showing a crash between a truck and a wild hog along US 59 in Cowlington, Oklahoma. The hog measured nearly 7-feet long and was standing in the middle of the roadway when it was struck.

The truck rolled over after striking the hog. The OHP urges all drivers to be prepared for anything while driving.

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