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I-35 Southbound Back Open Following Rollover Crash In NE OKC

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The southbound lanes of Interstate 35 are back open in northeast Oklahoma City, after crews cleared the scene of a rollover crash.

According to authorities, just after 11:30 a.m., a car rolled over in the southbound lanes of I-35 just south of N.E. 50th Street.

The accident caused traffic to back up in the area. 

Crews reopened the southbound lanes of I-35 at about 12:15 p.m. after they cleared the scene of the wreck. 

It is unclear at this time if anyone was injured. 

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