OU fraternity house catches fire

Posted on Sunday, May 10th, 2020 at 5:39 pm    

NORMAN, OK – A University of Oklahoma fraternity house was set ablaze early Friday morning, according to KOKH.

The fire began around 2 a.m. at the OU Delta Tau Delta house located at 1320 College Avenue. Authorities suspect that the blaze was caused by a lightning strike.

Multiple fire departments came to assist, according to the Norman Fire Department, due to another blaze happening at the same time diverting the department’s resources.

One person was inside the fraternity house at the time of the fire.

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