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UPDATED: Oklahoma City Police asking drivers only to report injury accidents, suspending response to others

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Officers in Oklahoma City say they are suspending responses to non-injury accidents Sunday morning.

Drivers are asked only to report accidents with injuries or parties who are not cooperating.

Authorities said those involved in non-injury accidents should exchange driver’s license and insurance information and safely take pictures.

Officers said drivers can pick up accident forms at police stations after the winter weather moves out.

Paramedics have also rushed to several weather-related calls.

According to EMSA, they have responded to a total of 36 injury accidents within the metro; four slip and falls.

A Semi off Memorial and I-35 was parked at Loves gas station and started to slide down a hill with no one inside.

Semi into tree Andrew Donley Memorial I-35

After the semi started to slide it collided into the Welcom Center across the lot.

There were no injuries in this accident.

The majority of metro accidents are along I-40 and I-35.