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Winter Weather in Tulsa, OK Means Increased Risk of Motor Vehicle Crashes

Another round of severe winter weather is on its way to Northeastern Oklahoma, according to Tulsa’s NBC affiliate News Channel 2 KJRH, which reported that the city is well-prepared to handle precipitation and blizzard conditions. With crews covering 35 snow removal routes, equipment to clear 2,000 miles of roadway, and 12,500 tons of salt, officials […]

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Oklahoma Students Still Recovering From Injuries After Bus Accident

On September 29th, 2018, a class of fifth grade students from Norman, OK was on a trip to visit Seaworld San Antonio in South Central Texas. What should have been an amazing and experience for the children turned into a disaster. The bus was traveling down Highway 281 in rural Lampasas County. Only three hours […]

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Accidents Prevalent in Work Zones

Work zones can be dangerous — and not just for workers. In 2015, more than 1,300 car accidents took place in work zones, according to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. Tulsa County alone saw 352 work zone crashes. There are several reasons that work zone accidents happen so frequently, chief among them disregarding traffic signs, […]

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Driving on Black Ice

Even though Tulsa enjoys a relatively moderate climate in the winter, drivers should still be wary of driving on black ice and other slippery conditions during the colder months. Oklahomans were not prepared for wintry conditions that accompanied a recent morning commute. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, black ice caused numerous accidents on a […]

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How to Prove Poor Road Conditions Caused Your Motorcycle Accident

Potholes, missing guardrails, erosion, and inadequate road markers are all enemies to Tulsa roads—but they are not strangers. This year, the national Road Information Program (RIP) says Tulsa, Oklahoma is ranked number eleven in a “Cities with the Worst Roads” article, and was ranked tenth in another study three years prior. Although the city is […]

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