UPDATE: Fire crews work together to battle Spencer house fire
SPENCER, Okla. – Spencer fire crews responded to a house fire off NE 53rd and Spencer Rd.
Crews received a call from a concerned neighbor reporting seeing smoke, just after noon.
When crews responded to the scene, reports of heavy smoke were coming through the roof of the home.
The fire was fully involved when crews arrived, forcing them to block off part of a nearby Rd.
According to Spencer Fire Chief Robert Taylor, crews were forced to enter the home through the attic to attack the flames.
According to crews no one was home at the time of the fire but the family’s dog suffered minor injuries.
Oklahoma City Fire Department and Jones Fire Department also helped contain this fire.
They are unsure the cause or the amount of damage in that fire.
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