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Wildfires cause road closures throughout Oklahoma
Interstate 35 has reopened in both directions near the Turner Falls area in the southern part of the state, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
Traffic is moving through exits 51 and 55 near the Murray-Garvin county line between Ardmore and Pauls Valley, troopers said.
I-35 Northbound at SE 19 in Cleveland County has reopened. It was closed for three hours early Friday morning.
E Hefner Road at N Eastern Avenue is closed in Oklahoma County.
State Highway 76 is closed from 130th and 180th Streets between Dibble and Lindsay.
State Highway 152 west of Cordell is open
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