Tulsa Police Work Number Of Overnight Traffic Mishaps
TULSA, OK -- Tulsa Police were kept busy early Wednesday morning with a number of traffic accidents.
Police say the engine of a Honda caught fire after the driver lost control and slammed into a concrete wall on the Broken Arrow Expressway near Peoria.
Two people inside the car were not hurt.
The driver of a Jeep Grand Cherokee missed the 31st Street exit on the Broken Arrow Expressway just after 1:30 a.m.
The SUV hit the exit sign, went through a chain link fence and slammed into a storage building.
The driver was taken to a Tulsa hospital, but is expected to be okay.
This is the third accident at this location in the past year.
A woman was driving south in the 4500 block of south U.S. Highway 169 talking to her fiancé on her cell phone when he heard her say "he hit me."
Tulsa Police say that crash caused the woman's car to run off the road.
And a woman in a Honda hit a guard rail in the 3400 block of north U.S. Highway 169 and came to a stop in a center median with two blown tires.
She was unhurt, but Tulsa Police say she was arrested on suspicion of DUI.