TULSA - Tulsa fire officials say seven people were displaced after an overnight house fire in a northwest Tulsa home.
Crews were called out to the home near 41st West Street and Admiral Boulevard around 2 a.m. Saturday. A family of five adults and two children were inside when the fire started.
One person suffered smoke inhalation and was transported to the hospital.
Crews say the flames affected a bedroom and the living room.
The family is being assisted by the Red Cross.
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