TULSA - All lanes of US-169 are now open near the Broken Arrow Expressway after a semi truck collided with a concrete barrier.
Tulsa hazmat workers were busy for more than an hour cleaning up fuel and debris from the U.S. Mail truck, which lost control and jack-knifed across the highway's on-ramp.
No injuries were reported, but weather appears to be a factor and the driver, while not speeding, was driving too fast for the road conditions, according to TPD.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation tweeted just after 3:30 p.m., advising drivers to plan ahead for rush hour.
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