Fire crews were on hand at a midtown neighborhood late Tuesday evening after a neighbor reported a vacant house on fire.
It happened at approximately 11:30 p.m. when Tulsa Fire Department responded to the house located at 129 E. 26th Court. When they arrived they found a third of the house was on fire.
One of the firefighters at the scene told KTUL.com that crews "preformed an aggressive interior attack very quickly" in order to get the fire knocked down.
No injuries were sustained during the fire. Arson investigators will be at the scene to determine the cause.
Stay with KTUL.com as we receive updates throughout the day.
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