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I passed by the rest stop at MM 86 on the HE Bailey Turnpike/I-44 earlier today. As we passed, we saw an RV (not sure what type -- I couldn't see it -- my grandson told me) It was parked at the pump and in flames. Several fire trucks and police vehicles were there. In addition a long convoy of Army Humvees was parked there. Didn't stop, and could not see what else might have been damaged. Also, I have seen no news coverage so far. This happend about 1pm CST.


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Just a reminder folks to be as careful as possible out there.

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I live 30 miles from that rest stop. I have not seen anything on it from any of the local news sources. This is in SW Oklahoma three miles north of Chickasha,OK.


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Hopefully no one was injured or all will recover.


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I am hoping the same. We saw the smoke form some distance. At first, I thought it was a grass fire. Trucks usually park between the pumps and the road; however, today there was a long line of Army Humvees there which blocked my view. My grandson saw it and told me it was an RV at one of the humps.

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