Grandson carries grandmother out of burning N.W. Oklahoma City home
UPDATE: 9:53 a.m. – Fire crews said a space heater may be the cause of a house fire Friday morning in northwest Oklahoma City.
Authorities said a grandmother and her grandson were home when the fire started.
Crews said the grandmother was reluctant to leave and her grandson carried her out of the house.
They were not injured.
Officials said the home may be a total loss.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Crews are working to contain a fire at a home in northwest Oklahoma City Friday morning.
Authorities said the blaze started just before 9 a.m. on the 2400 block of N.W. 14th St. near N. Villa Ave.
So far no serious injuries have been reported.
Officials have not confirmed how the first started.
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