Injuries reported from car fire that set vacant home ablaze

Posted on Friday, November 13th, 2020 at 3:36 am    

TULSA, OK – A car fire in Tulsa set a home and surrounding structures ablaze on Thursday night.

According to News on 6, the car that started the conflagration belonged to a couple who did not live in the house. The residence was vacant at the time of the fire, and the couple had parked in its garage to work on their car.

KTUL interviewed a neighbor who lived near the home, located at 46th Street and Iroquois Avenue. He told them the siding on his home was damaged and his wife’s hand was injured.

The owners of the car were both injured due to the fire.

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