Fire victim works to put her life back together

Imagine jumping from the second story just to survive. That’s the story a Tulsa woman tells, but one week after fire spread through the Bradstone Apartments she and other families, are left with virtually nothing.

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Mayor Maynot - 11/21/2012 12:35 PM
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I wouldnt need to jump. My dog would have raised so much Cain before it got that dire !!! Did they ever say how the place caught on fire. TMHA has their hands full keeping their wards from harm. Throw your doggy first then jump.
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