TULSA -- Several people were displaced after a home caught fire in Tulsa Sunday afternoon.
The fire erupted near 26th Street and Yorktown Avenue Sunday afternoon around noon. Firefighters say it took about an hour and a half to get the fire under control.
The location of the home made it difficult to get to, say fire officials.
Firefighters say due to the vaulted ceilings, the home held a lot of heat and was heavily damaged on the inside.
A cigarette is believed to have started the fire. The two people inside the home were able to make it out safely.
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