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Route 66 Closed Between Sapulpa, Kellyville Due To Crash

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KELLYVILLE, Oklahoma -

Route 66 was closed Friday evening after a crash. Police are keeping traffic at least a mile away from the scene of the crash.

First responders are treating it as if there may be fatalities.

It happened around 9:30 p.m., near where Route 66 meets up with Highway 33, between Sapulpa and Kellyville.

No word on what caused the crash, or how long the clean-up might take.

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