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GEARY, Okla. – Officials say a semi-truck driver drove into high water and overturned near the Blaine and Canadian County line.

Shortly before 12:30 p.m., emergency crews were called to an overturned semi-truck along a county road, just four miles north of Geary.

Strong water that is flowing across the road pushed the semi-truck into a ditch.

The truck was carrying cotton seed hulls, which are used in the oil field, when it overturned.

Authorities with the Geary Fire Department say none of the products spilled into the water.

Officials say no injuries were reported in the accident.