TULSA - An east Tulsa family is staying with neighbors after a fire forced them out of their home Monday night.
Firefighters found heavy flames coming from the front bedroom when they arrived at the home near 13th Street and 123rd East Avenue.
Crews were able to put the flames out quickly but they say the home uninhabitable.
No one was hurt during the fire.
The cause is still under investigation.
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