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Six Escape Burning House In Southeast OKC

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Six people got out of the burning house in the 10000 block of Black Oaks Drive. Among them were twins. Six people got out of the burning house in the 10000 block of Black Oaks Drive. Among them were twins.
One resident told us he was inside playing video games when he realized the place was on fire. One resident told us he was inside playing video games when he realized the place was on fire.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

A house fire in southeast Oklahoma City could have been a real tragedy, but quick reaction time saved a lot of lives.

At about 11:30 p.m. Monday, six people got out of the burning house in the 10000 block of Black Oaks Drive. Among them were twins.

One resident told us he was inside playing video games when he realized the place was on fire. He quickly woke everyone up and got them out safely.

Fire officials say it appears the fire started near the garage. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

No one was injured.

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