SAND SPRINGS, Okla. - A suspected arson fire Thursday evening at a Sand Springs school playground damaged equipment.
Sand Springs firefighters responding to the call at around 9:30 p.m. Thursday arrived to the scene at 701 N. Garfield Ave. and had it under control in 10 min, according to Sand Springs Fire Department Deputy Fire Chief Justin Hall.
The fire burned and melted three slides, damaged other pieces of equipment, and burned some of the wood mulch around the equipment, Hall said.
Officials said they are still investigating the blaze but are treating it as an arson.
Hall told 2NEWS the investigation has turned up a couple of leads.
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