TULSA - A fundraiser and clothing drive has been set up to help victims of the Bradstone Apartments fire.
As of Wednesday, five people remain hospitalized, including three children.
Five officials believe the fire was accidental, caused by a heater in one of the units.
Tulsa's Mental Health Association owns the building and is helping families move into new housing and replacing their furniture and clothes.
Donations can be made at 3322 East 30th Street in Tulsa.
Below is a list of items the association is requesting:
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