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Semi Truck Rolls Over in Calera

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CALERA, OK--- A semi truck traveling northbound on Highway 75 flipped on its side this afternoon in Calera.

It happened around 3 p.m. Calera police said the driver lost control of the wheel and drove across southbound lanes of traffic before landing in a ditch.

They said he clipped two vans on the way, one traveling North and one traveling South. Luckily, they said no one was seriously hurt.

Police said the driver of the semi said he doesn't know how he lost control of the wheel. The accident slowed traffic for more than an hour.