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Photos: Tulsa and surrounding communities get hit by icy weather
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Photos: Tulsa and surrounding communities get hit by icy weather

“Much colder air will move in late this week and into the weekend, along with some chances of light snow. Dangerous wind chills from zero to near ten below zero will be possible Friday morning and into the weekend,” forecasters said.

As of 8 p.m. Monday, EMSA reported having responded to 139 vehicle collisions around the Tulsa area and transporting 38 people to area medical facilities. EMSA also responded to eight cold-exposure calls with three transports, and 113 falls with 85 transports.

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I joined the Tulsa World in 1988 after graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma. I lived in Saudi Arabia before graduating from Broken Arrow High School. I'm married to Karen Gilbert and have three grown children. Phone: 918-581-8349

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