LIVE UPDATES: Road conditions, weather updates as freezing rain falls in the metro

Check back here for the latest updates on the freezing rain and road conditions that could affect Green Country Friday.


8:20 a.m. -- EMSA has responded to a fifth weather-related crash. Only one vehicle was involved and the driver was not injured.

7:30 a.m. -- OHP says a teenager slipped and fell trying to catch a bus in Owasso and slid under a stopped bus. His injuries are not serious. OHP first reported the boy was hit by a bus.

7:26 a.m. -- EMSA reports no new weather-related car crashes in the metro area. Paramedics have responded to four incidents since midnight.

7:01 a.m. -- The sand truck is still on its side in Jenks where EMSA reports it rolled into a ditch. The driver's condition is not known at this time.

6:28 a.m. -- NWS Wichita is reporting freezing rain and slick roads with a thin glaze of ice in Coffeyville, Kan.

6:27 a.m. -- EMSA spokeswoman Kelli Bruer reports a fourth crash in the metro area, confirming that a salt truck rolled into a ditch in Jenks.

6:24 a.m. -- The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is asking motorists to give road clearing vehicles plenty of space to maneuver and spread materials without interference. Allow extra space for braking and be aware of black ice.

6:20 a.m. -- Storm chaser David Gaede says main roads in Owasso are just wet. Fred Williams in Pawnee says a light glaze has formed on roads there but they've been treated with a sand/salt mixture and conditions aren't bad. John Lajoie in Bartlesville says most surfaces ahve now accumulated a thin layer of ice.

6:17 a.m. -- Tulsa police and firefighters are responding to a multi-car crash near West 81st and Maybelle where a sand truck may also be in the ditch.

6:16 a.m. -- PSO spokesman Stan Whiteford says there are about 1,000 additional workers out this morning but so far there have been no power outages.

6:14 a.m. -- Lightning occurring in south Ottawa County.

6:09 a.m. -- Amy Jenson reports roads in Tulsa remain wet and in good condition except for slick bridges, overpasses and other elevated surfaces.

6:03 a.m. -- Lauren Partain reports power crews in Bartlesville getting ready to deploy, responding to calls as soon as they come in.

6:01 a.m. -- Tulsa's Channel 8 viewer Ashley Goodrich says she's five miles west of Mannford and her car is covered in ice.

5:57 a.m. -- The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is reporting slick spots, especially on bridges and overpasses, in Osage, Pawnee, Kay, Noble and Payne Counties.

5:38 a.m. -- Storm chasers Fred Williams in Pawnee and John Lajoie in Bartlesville report wet roads but otherwise good conditions.

5:36 a.m. -- Storm chaser Mike Scantlin reports slick bridges and overpasses and ice forming on trees and signs in eastern Creek and western Tulsa counties.

5:35 a.m. -- Amy Jenson is on the way to a crash on Highway 169 between 51st and 61st in which the driver spun out of control after hitting a patch of ice on the bridge.

5:31 a.m. -- The City of Tulsa is treating elevated surfaces. Roads are maintaining temperatures above freezing, according to ta city spokesperson.

5:30 a.m. -- EMSA responded to three crashes between 4:45 a.m. and 5:20 p.m. that are believed to be weather-related. Two of the crashes involved just one vehicle on highway entrance ramps.

5:02 a.m. -- Amy Jenson reports the switch from rain to freezing rain in west Tulsa where sand trucks are deploying across the metro.

5:01 a.m. -- Lauren Partain reports heavier rain starting to fall in the Bartlesville area with below-freezing temperatures. Power trucks and tree-trimming crews are on standby.

4:50 a.m. -- Elevated surfaces in Tulsa are forming a glaze of ice but roads are in good shape.

4:30 a.m. -- Tulsa police are on "Operation Slick Streets." They will only respond to injury accidents. For non-injury accidents, parties can file a report online or get a form from any QuikTrip in the area.

4:15 a.m. -- The National Weather Service reports precipitation occurring primarily north of the freezing line with light icing occurring on elevated surfaces, including bridges.

3:57 a.m. -- Meteorologist Molly McCollum says light freezing rain is moving into the metro.

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