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Fatal Three Vehicle Accident Near Claremore

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A person is dead - and another seriously injured following a fiery crash in Northeast Oklahoma. 
It happened in Rogers county on Interstate 44 eastbound at Claremore.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, three vehicles, including a semi, collided last night just before midnight.
The deceased person's vehicle was also completely burned.
The driver of the other car was flown to a hospital in Tulsa in critical condition.
The semi driver was not injured, and authorities are continuing to investigate the crash.

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