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UPDATE: Black ice reported on Oklahoma roadways Thursday morning

Freezing drizzle has been reported across parts of Oklahoma Thursday. Motorists should be aware.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: January 9, 2014 at 7:27 am •  Published: January 9, 2014
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7:25 a.m. TULSA -- The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is on scene of a fatal collision located at 106th Street North just east of 161st East Avenue near Owasso.

Investigators state weather and slick roadways may have been a factor in this collision.

Drivers should use extreme caution while traveling on wet and slick roadways. The patrol urges drivers to use safety belts and child restraint. To find the most current road and weather conditions please call the Department of Public Safety's "Road and Weather Hotline" at 888-425-2385.

7:10 a.m. Roadways may be slick in spots across the Oklahoma City area Thursday morning, according to police radio reports. Police have worked six injury accidents Thursday morning. A wreck has been reported with injury at SE 44 and Anderson Road. Check NewsOK.com for updates

5:15 a.m. Light drizzle and fog are causing decreased visibility in north-central Oklahoma from the Kansas border south to Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports.

With chances of freezing fog, commuters should use extreme caution when traveling this morning, especially on bridges and overpasses. Conditions can quickly worsen, and drivers are urged to be alert to possible black ice conditions.

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