TULSA - The cause of a west Tulsa fire that claimed a woman's life Tuesday has been listed as undetermined.
Officials say the fire began around 6 a.m. at a residence near Pine and Gilcrease Museum Road.
The elderly woman was found dead inside the home in the 2300 block of West Reading Street.
Tulsa Fire Department spokesman Stan May says investigators can't pinpoint where the fire actually started but there's no foul play suspected.
The woman's identity hasn't been released.
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