• Parts of burned buildings in downtown Wagoner collapse beneath high winds

    By: Jackie DelPilar

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    WAGONER, Okla. - Parts of buildings burned in a downtown Wagoner fire have collapsed due to high winds Tuesday, according to Wagoner Mayor Albert Jones.

    Jones said crews are assessing damage in the area and considering demolishing another part of the building.

    WATCH: Exclusive video of demolition in Wagoner

    The collapse comes after a fire damaged historical buildings in downtown Wagoner in July. Another fire left behind more damage in December.

    FOX23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott said winds in the area reached speeds over 40 miles per hour Tuesday. Strong winds led to high fire danger for parts of Green Country.


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