A teen was taken to the hospital following an overnight mobile home fire in SW Oklahoma City.
The home is in the 2100 block of South MacArthur Blvd. in the Golden Oaks Mobile Home Park. The fire began just before 3 a.m. Monday.
According to firefighters, the girl was still in the mobile home when they arrived on the scene. Fire crews rescued her from the home and began CPR at the scene. The teen was then taken to Children’s Hospital for further care and evaluation. She is currently in critical condition after suffering burns in the blaze.
A firefighter suffered a back injury at the scene, according to authorities. The firefighter was taken to the hospital by Oklahoma City Fire Department staff and the firefighter's family was notified.
Investigators believe the fire started near a Christmas decoration and the blaze has been ruled accidental. The fire caused $37,199 in damage.