TULSA - Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers say a man was driving recklessly on I-44 in a construction zone at nearly 100 miles per hour when he tried to cut between two cars on the highway.
Troopers say the man hit both cars before rolling his own vehicle.
Westbound lanes of the highway were closed for more than an hour.
One woman was taken to an area hospital. There is no word on her injuries.
Troopers are investigating to see if alcohol was involved in the collision.
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