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Fire destroys commercial marijuana grow building in Cleveland County

CLEVELAND CO., OK – Firefighters could not salvage a commercial marijuana grow building in Cleveland County after the building erupted in flames Friday night, reports KFOR.

The fire ignited at the 17500 block of South Sunnylane Road, which is an area of Cleveland County that has not been incorporated by a city. Fire crews from both Moore and Oklahoma City responded to the scene and attempted to extinguish the fire.

According to OKC Fire Department Shift Commander Sean Cobb, they could not contain the fire and the building was eventually destroyed.

Cobb said the building housed a legal commercial marijuana grow operation, and that the current estimates are $187,396 in structural damage and $93,697 in content damage.

At this time, it is unclear what caused the fire and whether anyone was injured. Our team will update this blog if more details are made available.

This information is presented as a way to help keep our community safer and is not meant to be taken as legal advice. However, the Oklahoma City fire injury attorneys at the Abel Law Firm have helped clients secure financial compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses. If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident involving another vehicle, contact us today for a free consultation.

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