Fatal crash on Highway 412

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Updated: 12/26/2013 9:52 am Published: 12/26/2013 8:48 am

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is on the scene of a fatal crash on Highway 412 and the Keystone Lake Bridge. 

Troopers say freezing temperatures, fog and icy conditions have made bridges and overpasses slick, and they are responding to several other crashes in the same area.

OHP says road crews are working to spread materials on elevated structures, but are asking drivers to be very careful. 

From OHP: 

Travelers can obtain current road and weather conditions by calling the DPS Road and Weather hotline at 888-425-2385.  Motorists may also checkout specific areas of the state by visiting the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety's website at www.dps.state.ok.us

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Mayor Maynot - 12/27/2013 12:05 AM
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Chris #8 ^]] the weather caused the accident is from the disinformation nation. You ragging on me for trying to properly inform others how to properly drive in dangerous conditions. Just paint it up with a pretty blue bow and continue to hide the true cause of this unfortunate persons death. That'll keep others from doing the same thing for sure. Then on the heels of this unfortunate incident two or three others nearly do something similar. Here's a thought; we've got resources and funding that may cover this safety helper. Use a sign board similar to amber alerts and when it ices like this have it display a warning that recommends a lower speed than the limit to help increase the awareness of drivers that may not be in ice conditions like this often enough to recognize the deadly hazard of driving on a solid sheet of ice at (35 mph tmight be too much)excessive speeds, especially that close to a big body of water. I'm not trying to disrespect the individual that had that misfortune. I'm just saying (one of the captcha word jumbles said sibl)

chris - 12/26/2013 3:35 PM
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A person lost their life, do not judge their driving.

Mayor Maynot - 12/26/2013 9:18 AM
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Lucky they didn't go into the water. You can't bLame the weather. That's just not good driver safety. Excessive speed for conditions.
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