Family of two little girls lost in apartment fire speak to FOX23 News

The family of two little girls who died in Monday's apartment fire in south Tulsa said police have it wrong.

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Mayor Maynot - 11/20/2013 7:38 AM
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Shelly :-| You can't blame it on the property owner for not having a sprinkler in the apartment. I've NEVER lived in an apartment with a sprinkler and I seem to still be doing hunky dory. This was just an unfortunate incident. May god rest the souls of the two beautiful little girls lost in this tragedy and may god protect and guide the soul of their poor auntie. I'm no official but I don't think she intended for this to happen.

Shelly - 11/20/2013 12:17 AM
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not only is this a try but I believe the tragedy that might have been avoided. well I agree it was neglected for the answer to leave for children alone or something on the stove but the fact that this property of fire 2 months ago that consumes approximately 30 apartments and I understand that and they do not have the sprinkler systems because they're living with required to install those based on a property is my feelings that in order to say I did the right thing this management company needs to dinner install the sprinkler systems traffic charges like this can be avoided in the futureF
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