An overnight winter storm lead to hazardous travel conditions as the work week unfolded in Ottawa County.
Numerous accidents throughout the county were reported to 911 dispatchers Monday morning ó the majority occuring on I-44 as ice blanketed the Will Rogers Turnpike.
A double tractor-trailer accident at mile marker 327 kept the eastbound lane of I-44 shut down for several hours while the semiís were removed from the interstate.
In Commerce, two juveniles were transported to a local hospital to be treated for injuries sustained in a mid-morning crash.
Authorities say the teen driver lost control of the vehicle on ice covered roads and crashed into a tree at the 500 block of North Pine.
Dispatchers say several "fender-benders" were reported in Miami early Monday as drivers tried to navigate on slick roads. No injury accidents were reported.
According to the National Weather Service, approximately one-half inch of ice fell upon Ottawa County overnight Sunday and early Monday.
Northeast Oklahoma remains under a winter weather advisory as below freezing temperatures continue into Wednesdsay. Authorities advise against unnecessary travel and when travel is necessary use extreme caution, especially on bridges and overpasses.