Family cat killed, KISS collection destroyed in midtown Tulsa house fire

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TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:

  • Firefighters battled a house fire in midtown Tulsa Monday.
  • The fire started around 9 p.m. near Admiral and Yale.
  • Two adults, a teen and some animals made it out safely
  • One cat died in the fire
  • Investigators believe the fire started behind the dryer. 
  • The Red Cross responded to help the family 

A Tulsa family escaped with most of their pets and nothing else but the shirts on their backs after a fire in midtown Tulsa. 

The fire started around 9 p.m. at their home near Admiral Yale. Investigators believe it started behind the dryer. 

The Red Cross responded to help the family of 3 and the animals that escaped safely.

PHOTOS: Smoke damage from midtown house fire

A family cat did not make it out. 

In addition to other personal belongings, the couple's 15-year-old daughter lost her KISS memorabilia collection- a $30,000 haul. 

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The family just recently settled into the finished home. They recently put in new flooring and purchased all-new furniture. 

The fridge was full of food. 

Smoke destroyed everything in the home. 


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