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Double Rollover Wreck Closes Highway 75

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Emergency Crews work to upright a vehicle following a two vehicle rollover wreck on Highway 75, Saturday Night Emergency Crews work to upright a vehicle following a two vehicle rollover wreck on Highway 75, Saturday Night
The occupants of both vehicles were able to walk away from the wreck without injury. The occupants of both vehicles were able to walk away from the wreck without injury.

Tulsa Police say slick roads led to a two-car rollover wreck on Highway 75 in West Tulsa, late Saturday Night.

Just after 10:30pm, the driver of a Chevy Trailblazer struck another vehicle while on the flyover ramp from Interstate 244. The collision caused the Trailblazer to roll onto its side and the other vehicle to roll onto its top.

Police say the occupants of both vehicles were able to walk away from the wreck without injury.

Southbound Highway 75 between the Red Fork Split and 41st Street was closed for a short time while emergency crews worked to clear the scene.

Police say the driver of the Trailblazer will be ticketed.

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