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Pickup fire slows traffic on I-44

(Source Aust'n Reeves) (Source Aust'n Reeves)

COMANCHE COUNTY, OK (KSWO) - A pickup on fire on the side of I-44 slowed traffic to a stop on Saturday. Oklahoma Highway Patrol released a report of the fire a little before 1 p.m. The pickup fire was on mile marker 52. Both westbound lanes were closed while firefighters worked to put the fire out. The lanes reopened an hour and a half later.

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