22 treated in heat alertEmergency Medical Services Authority paramedics treated nearly two dozen patients last week before canceling a heat alert when cooler weather arrived, spokeswoman Lara O'Leary said. The heat alert was issued Wednesday, and paramedics treated 22 patients before it was lifted Monday. Paramedics have treated nearly 50 patients for heat-related illnesses since May, she said. MICHAEL KIMBALL, STAFF WRITER
The officer, whose name was not released, did not suffer life-threatening injuries, Chu said. He was following a sport utility vehicle on Leawood Drive near N Sooner and E Danforth roads about 2 p.m. when the crash occurred, Chu said. He was taken to a hospital. MICHAEL KIMBALL, STAFF WRITER OKLAHOMA CITY
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