Two Dead After Apartment Caught On Fire

Posted on Wednesday, February 12th, 2020 at 12:39 am    

Two men sustained injuries from a house fire, a February 8 article of The Oklahoman reported.

The incident occurred around 11:24 PM Friday, in the 500 block of North Rockwell, at a two-story apartment. Firefighters found a man dead inside the building, but he has not been identified yet. Further investigations are ongoing.

The lawyers at the Abel Law Firm express our sincere condolences to family and friends affected by this tragedy.


Two Injured After House Fire

Posted on Wednesday, February 12th, 2020 at 12:36 am    

Two men sustained injuries from a house fire, a February 10 news clip of WCVB reported.

The incident occurred at a home in Cotuit Road, around 1:00 AM. It started due to a wood stove on the first floor of the home. A 65-year-old man and a 35-year-old man were inside during the incident. They were sent to Tobey Hospital due to smoke inhalation and burn injuries.

Although no one was seriously injured in the recent residential fire in Oklahoma, the lawyers at the Abel Law Firm understand that many families have to deal with great financial loss after such an incident. If you have been the victim of an unexpected fire accident, we may be able to help you receive compensation if a defective product was the cause. Begin taking your legal action against negligent manufacturers by calling (405) 239-7046.


Ingalls House Fire Led To Elderly Man’s Death

Posted on Friday, January 24th, 2020 at 4:00 am    

A person died after a house fire, a January 23 article of Oklahoma’s 4 News reported.

The incident occurred at a home on Sunday, in the 9000 block of E.Cannon Pass Road near Ingalls. Firefighters responded around 9:30 PM. Investigators said that a malfunction inside the home likely caused the fire that killed a 75-year-old resident.

The lawyers at the Abel Law Firm express our sincere condolences to family and friends affected by this tragedy.


One Dead After Tulsa House Fire

Posted on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020 at 2:05 am    

A person died after a house fire, a January 21 article of News On 6 reported.

The incident occurred at a home near South Harvard Avenue and East 21st Street. A person was seen being carried by an ambulance to a hospital. Unfortunately, the Tulsa Fire Department confirmed that the person died. No details regarding the cause of the fire have been reported.

The lawyers at the Abel Law Firm express our sincere condolences to family and friends affected by this tragedy.


One Dead After Mobile Home Fire

Posted on Friday, January 17th, 2020 at 1:56 pm    

A person was found dead after a mobile home fire, a January 6 article of KOCO News 5 reported.

The incident happened at the intersection of University Avenue and Academy Road, in the 1200 block of Reihs Drive. Police received a call regarding the fire after 1:30 AM. When they arrived, they found two mobile homes fully engulfed in flames. Crews found it difficult to extinguish the fire, as the area was outside city limits where fire hydrants weren’t nearby. Around 2:30 AM, the flames have been extinguished but one of the houses was totally burned to the ground. Afterwards, crews found a victim in the debris. Then, it was sent to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner where a positive identification will be performed. Investigation regarding the cause of the fire is ongoing.

The lawyers at the Abel Law Firm express our sincere condolences to family and friends affected by this tragedy.


Father And Son Dead After House Fire

Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2020 at 2:26 am    

A man and his son died after their house caught on fire, a January 14 article of KTEN reported.

The incident happened in a home in the 15800 block of South Angela Street around 11:00 PM. First responders found 74-year-old Ronnie Trout outside his home while a neighbor performed CPR on him. Also, his 40-year-old son Robert was found inside. They were taken to the hospital, but they were pronounced dead on arrival. Their bodies have been transported to the medical examiner’s office to be determine their identity and their cause of death. An investigation concluded the the blaze was triggered accidentally by a heater that shorted out.

The lawyers at the Abel Law Firm express our sincere condolences to family and friends affected by this tragedy.


13-year old OKC girl suffers 2nd degree burns in school science experiment

Posted on Thursday, November 3rd, 2011 at 4:05 pm    

A 13-year old middle school girl from Oklahoma City recently suffered second degree burns on her face, neck, and hands when a science experiment at her school went wrong.

Reports indicate that the teacher was performing the experiment when some chemicals exploded and splashed onto the teen.  The teacher and no other students were injured in the accident.

A burn blanket and fire extinguisher were used to put out the fire.  Investigators are looking into what went wrong to cause the accident and if proper safety procedures were followed.

The girl spent weeks in the hospital after the accident and will need reconstructive surgery. The teenager’s family say they are having difficulty paying for the medication required to treat the girl’s burn injuries and keep them from blistering.

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