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Fire At Bethany Apartment Complex Displaces Some Residents

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Just after 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, firefighters say this first came out as an electrical fire in a downstairs apartment. When firefighters got there, the fire started spreading to an upstairs unit. Just after 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, firefighters say this first came out as an electrical fire in a downstairs apartment. When firefighters got there, the fire started spreading to an upstairs unit.
BETHANY, Oklahoma -

Several residents at an apartment complex near N.W. 23rd Street and Council in Bethany are looking for a new place to live.

Just after 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, firefighters say this first came out as an electrical fire in a downstairs apartment. When firefighters got there, the fire started spreading to an upstairs unit.

Residents in the apartment say maintenance workers had worked on the heater in their apartment several times. Firefighters say the downstairs apartment was a total loss.

A man who lives here says he was alerted to the fire after his neighbor rang his door bell several times. Everyone made it out safely. However, there was a woman who did need some oxygen.

The Red Cross of Oklahoma has been called in to help.

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