Northeast OKC fire in vacant house, no injuries
OKLAHOMA CITY – Fire crews said the home on fire in northeast Oklahoma City appeared to be vacant Friday morning.
They had to remove boards from the doors to get in.
The fire started after noon near N.E. 23rd and Granada.
Authorities said the home’s utilities were turned off and one of the bedroom floors is unstable.
Crews have not confirmed how the fire started.
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