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Fluid Spill Near Dell Campus Causing Traffic Issues In SW OKC

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Emergency crews are responding to a hydraulic fluid spill near the Dell campus in southwest Oklahoma City, that's causing traffic issues in the area. 

According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, hydraulic fluid spilled onto the roadway on southbound I-44, between I-40 and SW 15th St. The spill then continued westbound onto SW 15th St., prompting crews to shut sown the exit ramp.

Authorities say there is no active emergency, but they do consider this a traffic hazard.

According to authorities, westbound S.W. 15th is shut down from S. May Avenue to S. Portland Avenue. 

Stay with us for updates. 

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