Firefighters find remains in burned BMW
TULSA, Okla.—Firefighters in northeast Oklahoma make a gruesome discovery after responding to a car fire Saturday morning.
Firefighters with the Black Dog Fire Department rushed to the scene of a BMW totally engulfed in flames shortly after 6 a.m. Saturday.
They doused the car with water and quickly put out the flames.
However, it wasn’t until crews began combing through the charred car that they found what appears to be the burned remains of a human body.
The Osage County Sheriff’s Department is now handling the investigation.
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