On January 25, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) started its $90 million roadwork project on I-44 and US 74. Many ramps will be closed, and roads will be narrowed while the project is ongoing. A major aim of the project is to expand I-44 from four lanes to six lanes between the west side…

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The last few days of freezing rain have really done a number on Tulsa’s residents. Monday’s storm was so bad that even Meals on Wheels cancelled its deliveries that day. (Don’t worry, though: the organization provides shelf-stable meals to its clients for just such an emergency event.) EMSA told News On 6 that it “responded…

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There are a number of misconceptions when it comes to car accidents and what you should or should not do in the aftermath of one. It is important to ignore these falsehoods and do your due diligence in the aftermath of a car crash. If you accept any of these myths, you may cause damage…

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Tulsa was blanketed by more snow yesterday than in the last seven years. Forecasters were calling for 1-3”, but we actually had between 5” and 6” – the most since December 6, 2013. Much of it has melted as temperatures rose today, but any school child will tell you that a snow day is a…

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Even though many victims of car crashes are shaken, disoriented, and injured after a car accident, it is important to gather as much evidence as possible. This should be done without incurring any harm or injury upon oneself. The attorney of the victim, if available, may also obtain evidence at the scene and elsewhere as…

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When you start out your day, you never think it’ll end with a car crash, but they happen every day. In those moments after a collision, what you say and how you act can affect your potential claim down the line. It seems unfair to ask people who are shaken up at best, or critically…

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Seatbelts save lives – period. These simple devices keep drivers and passengers from being thrown against other passengers and objects inside a vehicles, in addition to being thrown from vehicles in high-speed collisions. Children, like adults, are protected by seat belts worn in the back seat as adults are protected by the same devices in…

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An injury to the spinal cord is one of the most serious injuries that the human body can sustain. This type of injury often occurs in high-speed car crashes. However, severe injuries to the back can also occur in car crashes at relatively slow speeds upon impact. Victims who experience these injuries often require significant…

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Distracted driving is any action that takes drivers’ hands off the steering wheel, eyes off the road, and minds off of their driving. Common examples including texting while driving, talking on a cellphone while driving, and eating or drinking while driving. Just a one-second delay in reaction time can mean the difference between life and…

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