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Two Horses Struck, Killed On Street In Berryhill

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The Oklahoma Highway Patrol say two horses are dead after they were struck by a truck in Berryhill early Thursday. Troopers say the 5:30 a.m. crash happened in the 2600 block of South 65th West Avenue.

The OHP say a pickup driver was northbound when he ran into two horses in the road just north of Berryhill High School. The pickup driver suffered only minor injuries in the crash.

One died immediately, and the other had to be put down.

South 65th West Avenue was closed in both directions for over an hour while crews clean up the crash scene.

No word yet on who owned the horses or how they got into the road.

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