TULSA - Tulsa fire investigators are looking into how a fire started in a vacant home late Sunday night in north Tulsa.
It happened at a home for rent near Apache and North Denver.
A neighbor called 911 just before 11:30 p.m. when they noticed the house next door was on fire.
Firefighters put the fire out in minutes and say there was only minor damage.
No one was injured.
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