Midtown house damaged in fire


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Updated: 1/01 9:59 am Published: 12/31/2013 6:02 pm


A midtown Tulsa house was damaged in a fire Tuesday evening.

It happened just before 5 o'clock near 3000 South 72nd East Avenue. Firefighters tells FOX23 no one was home when the fire broke out, however there were several dogs and a rabbit that were all pulled from the house uninjured.

They have not determined what caused the fire. Investigators have been called in to find out.

Fire crews on scene say the house is not livable.  The Red Cross will be providing help to the family.

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Mayor Maynot - 1/2/2014 1:39 AM
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What is really wrong with FOX23?? They have one reporter who claims she studied to be a school teacher. She can't even form a proper sentence. If you can't do any better than that turn on spell check. Evolve.
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