CHELSEA, Okla. — Two firefighters were hurt while battling a house fire on Friday morning in the Chelsea area of Rogers County.
Rogers County Emergency Management came out to help with the fire at a two-story home and posted pictures of the damage on Facebook.
Investigators say fire started when the house was hit by lightning.
Emergency management says one of the two injured firefighters was taken to the hospital for an unrelated health reason, while the other was treated and released on the scene.
The family of four living in the home was forced out and paramedics helped treat their cat after getting out of the burning home.
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