Hazardous road conditions have resulted in over 100 injury involved accidents

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City is experiencing bitterly cold temperatures, and officials are still discouraging road travel.

EMSA, has reported that since Sunday at midnight, to 10 a.m. Monday morning, they have responded to:

88 slips and falls

3 cold exposure

1 cardiac arrest outside

106 motor vehicle crashes with reported injury

Anyone that absolutely has to travel or go outside in these hazardous conditions should use extreme caution.

Make sure you are layering your clothes, wearing shoes with traction, a hat, gloves and carry your cell phone.

Anyone shoveling snow should take frequent breaks.

Please call 911 should any emergency arise.

Check back in at KFOR for updates on accidents in the metro area.

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