Initial reports: Zero fatality crashes over the weekend, Oklahoma Highway Safety Office says 

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OKLAHOMA – According to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, there were no fatality crashes over the weekend.

Officials with OHSO say this is according to preliminary reports by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma City Police Department and Tulsa Police Department.

OHSO says the zero fatality weekend was April 13 and April 14.

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