TULSA - TULSA - TULSA - Tulsa police enacted "Operation Slick Streets" Wednesday morning.
While on Slick Streets, officers will not respond to non-injury accidents.
Instead, police say drivers should exchange insurance information.
Incidents can then be reported by filling out a form available at most QuikTrips or online at http://bit.ly/VllWof .
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