SAPULPA, Okla. — Quick facts:
- Three horses and three pigs died in a Sapulpa fire.
- The fire broke out before 6 a.m. Saturday.
- Firefighters say heat lamps may be to blame.
Several livestock animals were killed in a Sapulpa fire Saturday morning.
Firefighters say three horses and three pigs died in the fire near North Ross and East Hill Avenue around 5:40 a.m.
They said they were able to get the fire under control.
Though investigators aren't sure at this time what started the fire, they say heat lamps may be to blame.
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A propane tank was some concern for firefighters, but they were able to put out the fire around it.
A family friend told FOX23 that the pigs were set to appear in a pig show over the weekend, and the horses were used for barrel racing.
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