According to the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, a glitch has been found in their computer system, which may have led to more than 69,000 Oklahomans being overcharged in the time period between November 21st and November 28th. Apparently the system was placing an inaccurate time identifying what time drivers entered the turnpike.

The OTA has not released how much drivers may have been overcharged, but it does say that those affected have been notified by email, and will be reimbursed this month. .The OTA also stated that the glitch has been corrected, and that it shouldn't be an issue going further.

Any questions regarding the glitch or the overcharge should be directed to the Turnpike Authority at 800-745-3727.

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