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Multiple Injuries, Vehicles Reported After Crash In NE OKC

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Authorities say several people were injured after multiple vehicle collided in northeast Oklahoma City, Friday afternoon.

First responders were called out to crash, near NE 23rd St. (U.S. 62) and Interstate 35. At least six vehicles were involved, and police say a hit-and-run might have set off the chain reaction of collisions.

At least two people have been transported from the scene by EMSA. A third EMSA unit is on the scene. 

Police have shut down NE 23rd St. in both directions while crews work to clear the scene.

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