Emergency crews are working the scene of a fatal collision in south Tulsa.
Tulsa Police were called to the scene after receiving word of a four-car collision. This was in the area of 61st and Lewis.
At scene the officers found that a U.S. Postal Service vehicle had wrecked off the side of the road. Officials at the scene stated that a truck traveling eastbound on 61st hit the mail van and two other vehicles.
Investigators reported that the postal worker was pronounced dead at the scene. Three other individuals were transported to an area hospital.
Crews have closed off the area for an undetermined amount of time.
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