1 hurt in collision on I-40 WB near Del City

Posted on Thursday, July 14th, 2022 at 9:03 pm    

OKLAHOMA COUNTY, OK — At least one person was injured Thursday afternoon in a crash on Interstate 40 near Ray Trent Park in north Del City, according to TTN Oklahoma City.

The accident happened on the westbound lanes at Exit 155 to South Sunnylane Road. It was first reported by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol shortly before 2:55 p.m.

Officials have not said what led up to the wreck, but a traffic backup had stretched down to Southeast 15th Street.

At this time, the number of those hurt and the extent of their injuries have not been confirmed.


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