TULSA - Troopers say alcohol was the cause of two overnight Oklahoma wrecks.
Highway patrol officials say a Kiowa man was injured when his pickup failed to make a turn, ran off the right side of the road, struck a guardrail and overturned in a creek in Okmulgee County around 8:00 p.m. Friday.
A second collision in Logan county left another man in the hospital after his SUV went off the road and struck a tree. Troopers say the vehicle rolled, ejecting the driver.
There were no passengers in either wreck.
Troopers say both drivers had been drinking.
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Thirty-five members of the Tulsa Fire Department arrived in Moore Tuesday to search through debris for survivors.