TULSA - Fire crews saved two women after a man set fire to his car and it spread to his apartment early Tuesday.
It happened around 4:30 a.m. near 13th and South Sheridan Road.
Crews arrived to find the car and the apartment on fire.
Firefighters had to wake two women asleep in the apartment. They made it out safely.
The fire was put out quickly and crews found a one-pot meth lab inside the apartment.
The man who lives there fled.
Investigators say it started when he busted windows on the car and set it on fire.
No arrests had been made as of early Tuesday.
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