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Semi-trucks flip over in two separate Oklahoma City auto accidents

by jcl

Traveling close to semi-trucks on the interstates causes anxiety for some drivers. The risk of serious injury is a concern in the event of an Oklahoma City auto accident with a semi-truck.

Two semi-trucks flipped over in two separate Oklahoma City auto accidents that took place on the same day this week.

The Oklahoma City auto accidents closed Interstate 40 and Interstate 35, according to newsok.com.

One person was trapped in their vehicle and taken to a local hospital following the Oklahoma City auto accident that took place on Interstate 35.

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Do you think semi-truck drivers have better or worse safety records than drivers of other vehicles? Do you avoid having to pass semi-truck drivers?

If you or someone you know has suffered an Oklahoma City auto accident, the Oklahoma auto accident lawyers at J. Colbert Injury Lawyers can help.

Oklahoma City auto accident leads to fire

by jcl

An Oklahoma City auto accident is traumatic enough for the victims and for those watching. However, witnesses to one Oklahoma City auto accident also saw a grass fire following the crash.

According to KOCO, an Oklahoma City auto accident closed Interstate 40 after the crash led to a grass fire.

Authorities say  at least one person died at the scene of the Oklahoma City auto accident that started a blaze. Traffic had to be detoured to Highway 73 until the scene of the Oklahoma City auto accident could be cleared.

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Did you witness the blaze or the Oklahoma City auto accident that caused it? Was your commute stalled because of the I-40 closure?

Have you suffered because of an Oklahoma City auto accident? Tell the Oklahoma auto accident lawyers at J. Colbert Injury Lawyers about your loss. Let them help you recover.