OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City firefighters were called out to a massive fire at about 1:20 a.m. Saturday.
A large number of firefighters were called to the two story strip mall-type building at Northwest 30th Street and Classen Boulevard.
"We have about 18 different fire crews out here," said OKC Fire Batt. Chief Brian Stanaland. "Right now a big concern is all the water we are using is beginning to freeze up due to the frigid temperatures."
The fire also damaged another building just to the west of the building that caught fire.
No injuries were reported.