UPDATE: Deadly northwest Oklahoma City house fire reignites overnight; crews working to determine cause
UPDATE: The Oklahoma City Fire Department confirms the blaze was intentionally set and have turned the investigation over the the Oklahoma City Police Department.
Officials are waiting on the medical examiner to identify the body and provide a cause of death.
OKLAHOMA CITY – A deadly fire in northwest Oklahoma City reignited overnight.
Crews were called back to the home in the 11000 block of N. Miller Ave. near May and Hefner just before 3 a.m. to check for hot spots.
Fire officials are still working to figure out what sparked the second round of flames.
When they arrived, they said they found the home engulfed in flames a second time.
Monday one person was found dead in the home.
A quick check of public records shows the home has belonged to Rodney and Debbie Graber for the past 22 years but so far the victim’s identity hasn’t been released.
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