OKLAHOMA CITY – Freezing drizzle and a light mist fell across the state Wednesday morning, creating slick spots on the roadways for drivers on their commute.
A large pile-up was reported on the I-44 WB on-ramp at Broadway Extension.
It is unknown if anyone is injured at this time.
And, the icy roads caused an accident involving multiple vehicles Wednesday morning north of Guthrie.
It happened at around 3 a.m. along I-35 near the Cimarron Bridge.
Officials told News 4 a pick-up with a U-Haul lost control on the icy roads and spun out. That’s when two trucks and a semi collided, causing the semi to hit the U-Haul head-on.
There were no injuries.
A truck also slid off the road near I-40 and Highway 81 near El Reno Wednesday morning.
Officials say the truck went down an embankment and rolled over.
Authorities say no one was seriously injured, and the driver was treated and released at the scene.
OKCFD has responded to 31 vehicle accidents since 2 a.m. These have happened all over town, so none of us are out of the woods this morning. Please continue to take it slow and easy. Slow down BEFORE you reach the bridges and overpasses. Very gentle corrections only once on them. pic.twitter.com/o2NVi47GTA
— Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) February 27, 2019