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TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma -- No one was injured in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 75 at the Tulsa-Washington County line early Thursday morning, but one of the vehicles did catch fire.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Honda Pilot failed to yield at 186th Street North and 75 causing a southbound semi tractor trailer to strike the SUV with its right side fuel tanks. 

Troopers say the crash caused the semi to catch fire and burn.

The wreck happened at about 6 a.m.

Firefighters from Collinsville and Skiatook were dispatched to the scene.

The OHP closed the southbound lanes of 75 for about 30 minutes so the wreckage could be cleaned up.