TULSA - Firefighters battled flames at a south Tulsa home overnight.
When crews arrived on the scene near 81st and Harvard flames were shooting from the attic and through the roof, and a car in the driveway was also on fire.
Officials say crews were able to quickly extinguish the fire, containing most of the damage to the attic and garage, though the kitchen and dining areas suffered water and smoke damage.
Everyone in the home escaped without injury.
Investigators are now working to determine what caused the fire.
The damage is estimated at $50,000.
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