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Southbound I-35 In NE OKC Reopens Following Crash

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All southbound lanes of Interstate 35 near N.E. 50th in Oklahoma City have reopened following a crash Friday morning.

An 18-wheel semi hit a bridge on I-35 just south of  Interstate 44. The crash knocked off one of the semi's saddle tanks and spilled fuel across the road. No one was hurt, but the bridge was damaged.

Crews shut down all lanes of southbound I-35 while they clean up the fuel spill. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation also checked the bridge to make sure it's safe.

All lanes reopened Friday afternoon.


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