ODOT Finishes Safety Improvements To Dangerous Muskogee Co. Intersection

Updated: Jan 22

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By Amelia Mugavero

January 18, 2021

MUSKOGEE COUNTY, Okla. - One of the most dangerous intersections in the state, according to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, is now safer for Oklahoma drivers.

At the intersection of Highway 69 and Oktaha Road near Summit in Muskogee County, the state installed lights at the intersection, hoping to help drivers see oncoming traffic.

Pastor Charles Moore drives through this intersection every week to get to his church. He said every time he does, he thinks of his late friend and parishioner, Alicia Gates. Gates died in an accident at the intersection of Hwy 69 and Oktaha Road four years ago.

“We miss her a lot,” said Moore. “Every time we pass by that area, we think about how much that accident impacted each person’s life.”


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