UPDATE: House fire out in north Oklahoma City; No one found inside
UPDATE 8:55 a.m. – Fire crews have put out the fire at a home in north Oklahoma City Thursday morning.
Initially temperatures were too hot for firefighters to go inside.
After they knocked down the flames, they confirmed no one was inside the home when the fire started.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Fire crews are working to put out a house fire in north Oklahoma City Thursday morning.
Officials were called to the 6100 block of Masons Dr. near N. MacArthur Blvd. and W. Memorial Rd. just after 7 a.m.
Crews had to “reset” the fire, meaning the temperature inside the burning home was too hot for them to go inside when they arrived.
After firefighters knocked down the flames, they were able to go in.
They said no one was home when the fire started.
Officials have not said what may have sparked the fire.
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