Flatbed Semi Catches Fire During Rush Hour In Tulsa County

Friday, September 20th 2019, 10:15 am

A semi truck caught fire Friday morning on northbound Highway 75 near 116th Street North. 

Highway 75 was shutdown as crews worked to put out the fire. 

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OHP said the driver noticed the truck catching fire and pulled over. The driver made it out of the semi and is OK. 

OHP said the ramp on to highway 75 near 116th Street North would be shutdown for a few hours to allow crews to cleanup fuel that got onto the road. It reopened just before noon.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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