TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa firefighters responded to a fire Tuesday afternoon at Fischer Brothers Office Supply, the building next to Marshall Brewing Company.
The fire caused the building's roof to collapse and caused smoke damage to Marshall Brewing Company's Tap Room.
Fire crews arrived at the scene near 11th and Lewis. No injuries were reported.
Fire crews said the building's construction made it hard to access the fire, which caused the fire to spread quickly and made it hard for crews to get control of it. Frozen hydrants were another challenge for crews.
TFD said the office supply business owner left space heaters laid out throughout the business unattended, and they believe those space heaters started the fire.
The fire spread over to Marshall Brewing Company. The owner told 2 Works for You that brewery production has not been affected.
The Tulsa Fire Department tweeted video as they battled the fire.
Engine 3, Engine 16, Ladder 2, Engine 5, Engine 12, Ladder 4, Ladder 7, Engine 10, and the C641 (District 1 Chief) are fighting a fire near E. 11th Street and S. Lewis Avenue. No injuries reported. #district1 #fireattack pic.twitter.com/mYNJjOck3p— Tulsa Fire Dept. (@TulsaFire) February 16, 2021
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