WAGONER CO.-- A mobile home fire has claimed the life of a baby.
Investigators working the fire located in Toppers confirm on Friday morning that one died in the fire.
The fire happened just after 1:30am Friday at a mobile home on corner of South 318 Road and East 724 road.
Three others were rushed to the hospital.
Both fire departments and members of the Wagoner County Emergency Management worked to battle the flames for more than an hour before it was extinguished.
Mark Fuller, the father, suffered burns to hands and lacerations to his body. Krista Anderson, the mother, sustained lacerations to hands and arms. A young girl suffered suffered burns to hands and face.
All three who were transported are now in stable condition.
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Deceased baby girl's body is going to state medical examiners office.
Fire crews say that the fire started inside on west end of the mobile home.
“This is a tragic event, and our hearts and prayers go out the family and everyone involved. ” Said Sheriff Chris Elliott.
Both fire departments and members of the Wagoner County Emergency Management worked to battle the blaze for over an hour before it was fully extinguished.
“This is tragic, but the Fire Departments and 911 did an amazing job. We had units on scene in about 11 minutes, that’s pretty phenomenal for any fire department, especially a volunteer fire department. Certainly, our hearts and prayers are with the family today,” Said E.M. Director Heath Underwood.
No foul play or suspicious activity is suspected.
The medical examiner's office along with the Oklahoma State Fire Marshal's Office in conjunction with the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office are investigating.
The Wagoner Fire Department is taking donations for the family and can be contacted at 918-485-3000.