Heavy flames put out at NW Oklahoma City building

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A fire at a building in northwest Oklahoma City is out, but the cause of what started the blaze is undetermined.

Firefighters responded to the scene Wednesday at around 2:15 a.m. near NW 10th and Western.

Fire officials say heavy flames were called in by police.

According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, firefighters battled the blaze at the vacant commercial building, of which more than 8,000 square-feet were heavily involved.

The fire was put out, and a part of the ceiling collapsed at the center of the building.

A witness told News 4 she and four other people had to rescue a woman trapped inside.

There have been no reports of any injuries.

Officials say damages were estimated at $350,000.

The cause of the fire was undetermined.

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