OKLAHOMA CITY -- A fire early Friday morning takes the life of an Oklahoma City woman. Firefighters discovered her body inside a burned out RV.
When the Oklahoma City Fire Department arrived shortly after 8 a.m. they found the RV engulfed in flames near northeast 63rd and Anderson Road.
They managed to bring the fire under control and then spotted Heather Hogan's body inside.
Firefighters couldn't go inside until OG&E crews arrived to turn off the power.
"First arriving crews reported that the power lines were arching on the ground when they arrived. We're not sure whether they burned away or how they became on the ground," Oklahoma City battalion chief Kirk Wright.
Firefighters still don't know what sparked the flames.
Oklahoma City Police are also investigating to see if there's any foul play.