Slick Road Conditions Causes Multiple Crashes; Canadian Co. Deputy Involved


Sunday, November 18th 2018, 7:52 am
By: Brieon Sumlin


Light freezing drizzle has caused slick roads to develop in North Central, Central, and Western Oklahoma.

Early Sunday morning three accidents took place at I-40 and Garth Brooks in Yukon, due to a glaze of ice covering the bridge.

Authorities confirm that a Canadian County deputy was involved. According to the report, the deputy hit an icy patch, lost control, and over corrected sending her off the roadway.

News 9 Storm Tracker Bobby Payne was on the scene.  

A travel advisory remains in effect for several Oklahoma counties until 9 a.m.

Related Story:  Travel Advisory In Effect, Light Freezing Drizzle To Create Possible Slick Spots

A travel advisory remains in effect for several Oklahoma counties until 9 a.m.

Related Story:  Travel Advisory In Effect, Light Freezing Drizzle To Create Possible Slick Spots

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Light freezing drizzle has caused slick roads to develop in North Central, Central, and Western Oklahoma. 

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