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State Reopens Two Flooded Tulsa County Highways

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The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says two Tulsa County highways closed Friday morning because of flooding have now been reopened.

ODOT says Highway 20 between Highway 11 and Peoria and Highway 11 from Highway 20, south to 136th Street North were reopened just before 10:30 a.m.

Two other highways, one in Nowata County and one in Cherokee County remain closed.  

Highway 10 in Nowata County is shut down four miles east of Highway 169 near Lenapah because of high water.

And in Cherokee County, Highway 80 is closed about five miles south of Highway 51 between Hulbert and Ft. Gibson.

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