TULSA, Okla. - Firefighters are monitoring a midtown Tulsa home Monday morning after flames reignited the day after a deadly fire.
Tulsa firefighters told FOX23 they were first called to the home near Skelly and Yale around 4 p.m. Sunday when a man's kitchen caught fire. Fire crews pulled the man out of the fire but were unable to revive him at the scene. He died at the hospital and firefighters say it was likely due to smoke inhalation.
Firefighters were called back out to the same home just before 5 a.m. Monday after the fire at the same home reignited.
Most of the fire was in the attic on Monday, but the damage is so significant it will take further investigation to find where it rekindled at.
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