Three homes damaged after early morning house fire in NW Oklahoma City

Three homes damaged after early morning house fire in NW Oklahoma City

Three homes damaged after early morning house fire in NW Oklahoma City

One cat was rescued and two still are hiding. "We got there as quickly as we could, safely as we could but quickly", Pyles said. "What happened, essentially, is the compressor in the back overheated and there wasn't adequate ventilation around it".

Chittum said the residents went to see what was affecting the house's power and found the fire.

At just after midnight a house fire was reported in the 8700 block of Oakleigh Road in Carney (21234). And then I could see the flames peeking out of the windows. "It was bad", said Emory McKheean, a neighbor.

An 87-year-old woman and her 48-year-old son lived inside. They received treatment at Fairview Hospital in Wyoming.

The cause of the fire remains unclear. Firefighters said no foul play is involved.

Two Halifax Regional firefighters injured while fighting a house fire in North Preston Thursday evening have been released from hospital.

According to officials, the call came in before 5:30.

The home's ceiling caved in on the firefighter, injuring his head.

He added that the first blaze only inflicted some smoke damage, but the second melted the water tank - causing water to flood through the property.

Crews initiated a fire attack and "knocked down" the main body of fire within a few minutes and had the fire under control by 10:22.

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