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State Insurance Commissioner Offers Insurance Assistance to Mannford Fire Victims

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Insurance help is available for Oklahomans affected by Mannford grass fires.

Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak and Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) staff members made the announcement while touring fire damage in the Mannford area on Sunday.

OID's catastrophe team and industry executives met with affected residents, answering questions and sharing information.

Beginning Sunday, affected people could visit OID Consumer Assistance at the Mannford First Assembly of God Church at 104 Greenwood Avenue or call the OID office at 405-760-4104.

Affected residents who prefer to call Monday or any other weekday can reach the OID office at 800-522-0071.

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