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OKLAHOMA CITY - A six-hour standoff ends tragically.

Police finding the bodies of two people inside a trailer home in southwest Oklahoma City.

Resident have been allowed back into their homes after a scary morning.

Many of them woke up to cops at their door, telling them they needed to leave.

It all started around 7:30 a.m. Monday when a man called 911, saying he shot and killed his roommate.

He also told police he was going to blowup his home and he had enough gas inside to do it.

Police said the suspect told them he had several weapons inside the home.

A full tactical unit was called out, including a bomb squad.

That team tried to make contact with the suspect for several hours.

Officials said they were unable to do that and finally forced their way inside the home, finding two bodies inside.

Neighbors waited across the street for updates.

"They were hiding behind trailers, had their guns pointed, when they knocked on my door, they had the gun pointed at me, and I was like 'What the hell is going on?'" said Olivia Geno.

Right now, police are still investigating.

They have not released the names of the victims or how they died.