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Massive Fire At Northwest OKC Apartment Ruled Accidental

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Fire investigators say a massive fire at Tuscany Village Apartments was accidental, but they don't yet know exactly how it started. Fire investigators say a massive fire at Tuscany Village Apartments was accidental, but they don't yet know exactly how it started.
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Oklahoma City fire investigators have determined a three-alarm fire that displaced 10 people at the Tuscany Village Apartments started accidentally, but they still don't have an exact cause.

The fire began around 11:30 a.m. on July 7 at the apartment complex near Wilshire and Rockwell. Flames quickly engulfed the building and trapped people inside their apartments. Some people had to jump from windows and balconies to escape.

Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt.

The fire caused $500,000 in damage. Some families say they lost everything.

7/7/2012 Related Story: Families Recall Harrowing Escapes From Burning NW OKC Apartment

7/7/2012 Related Story: 3-Alarm Fire Extinguished At NW OKC Apartment Complex

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