The Norman Fire Department is battling a house fire on the NW side of the city Monday night.
According to the NFD, crews responded to the fire call at a home on Ridgeline Circle around 6 p.m. Monday evening and attempted to attack the fire in the attic, but were pulled out for safety due to structural collapse.
NFD Battalion Chief Ronny Davenport said that fires crews have been on the scene for over two hours fighting the fire with a limited supply of water from the neighborhood's one fire hydrant.
Due to the limited supply, Davenport said three tankers are being used to fight the flames.
Davenport also confirmed all residents were out of the structure when fire crews arrived.