TULSA, Okla. — Firefighter crews are on the scene of a house fire in north Tulsa.
The call about a house on fire off Newton Street near Olympia Avenue came in early Tuesday morning.
Crews were able to put the fire out soon after arriving, but the blaze left behind major signs of damage on the house. Firefighters believe there may have had squatters due to the amount of trash in some areas of the house.
They were able to rescue a dog who had lost three puppies in the fire.
“When we removed the wall, we found her. It’s almost unbelievable that she survived in such a heavily involved area of the house. We hope that someone adopts her. After what she’s gone through, she certainly deserves it,” says Engine 2 Captain Nick Wilson.
The cause of the fire is currently unknown.
This is a developing situation. We'll continue to update as we learn more.
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