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OKLAHOMA CITY -- A woman killed in an RV fire early Saturday morning in northeast Oklahoma City has been identified.

Firefighters found the RV near Northeast 63rd Street and Anderson Road, engulfed in flames. Fire crews put out the fire and discovered a woman's body inside.

The man who used the RV to house homeless people said the woman had been staying there for about a week.

"I would like to let everyone know who it was. It isn't just a vacant body in there. Her name is Heather Hogan. Her family is out of Nebraska. She was fighting to get her kids back from DHS and the things that happened on the street," said Cyrus Conrad, who housed Hogan in  the RV.

Fire investigators haven't said what caused the fire.

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