• Cause of Muskogee apartment fire still unclear, 18 units now uninhabitable

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    Crews battled a large fire at a Muskogee apartment complex Thursday afternoon.

    The fire was at Fair Haven Manor at Dayton and Elmira.

    Officials asked people to avoid the area while they battled the fire.

    Four people were treated for smoke inhalation. All residents got out unharmed, officials said.

    The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

    WATCH reports from FOX23's Tiffany Alaniz and Paris Holmes above.

    Muskogee, OK - Some residents impacted by a fire Thursday at Muskogee's Fair Haven Manor apartments are moving back in.

    However, officials said 18 of the units are now uninhabitable.

    The cause of the fire has not yet been determined. The investigation could take about a week to complete.

    The Red Cross and Salvation Army were on scene Friday to give assistance to affected residents.

    Red Cross officials say one person is still in the hospital.

    They say they provided financial assistance, blankets, comfort kits and snacks to those affected.

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