Crews investigate cause of explosion at Oklahoma City boat shop

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials are working to find what caused an explosion at a boat shop overnight.

Authorities said the fire burned near N.W. 10th and Rockwell for about an hour before crews could contain it.

Officials said no one was injured by the heavy flames and smoke that poured from “Tim’s Outboard,” a boat repair shop, last Wednesday night.

Emergency crews said the fire spread through the entire building.

Fire officials said crews face new challenges when the temperatures are below freezing but authorities said this did not play a role in the fire.


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