Sapulpa home, restaurant damaged by fire

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Updated: 2/18/2013 9:19 am Published: 2/18/2013 1:55 am

Just before 10:30 Sunday night, a call came out to firefighters that several structures were on fire near the intersection of Dewey and Birch in Sapulpa.

Firefighters say they were able to put out the fire quickly, but a family lost their home and their business, "Selena's Family Restaurant" was damaged.

A viewer sent FOX23 video of the flames not long after they broke out. The owner and his family were eating inside the restaurant when the fire started, they were able to get out, but the owner's mother hurt herself tripping over a cement block. 

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation. 

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ohmygosh - 2/18/2013 4:35 PM
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yeah right you were in the resturant eating with your family really!!! you do drugs with your poor mom there? also read the artical in the sapulpa news paper a couple of years ago when he said AMERICAN KIDS WERE SPOILED and going over to his country killing there kids. so go back home

Mayor Maynot - 2/18/2013 10:15 AM
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Sellin ash ater sounds like you know em well. Sorry for your loss. I guess you'll have to find another dumpster to graze in.

selenashater - 2/18/2013 7:11 AM
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The owner is on drugs as Well asleep almost all employees The owner mark is a piece of work and It wouldn't surprise me If It was started By one of them cooking meth in The back It burning It for insurance money..... The house behind The restaraunt was set to be demolished within a weekend of So.... I guarantee they were cooking drugs in The back... because they aren't even open at 1030 pm. Good riddance it was a cockroach infested disaster of a restaraunt Anyways...
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