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Man Rescued, Meth Making Materials Discovered At Overnight Apartment Fire

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Tulsa Fire crews work to put out a fire at 7th & Elgin, early Sunday Morning. Tulsa Fire crews work to put out a fire at 7th & Elgin, early Sunday Morning.
Investigators found several meth making materials at the scene and are working to determine if they're connected to the fire. Investigators found several meth making materials at the scene and are working to determine if they're connected to the fire.

Tulsa Fire investigators are looking into the cause of an apartment fire in Downtown Tulsa, early Sunday morning.

District Chief Jeremy Moore stated that around midnight, Tulsa County Sheriff's Deputies driving by noticed a flame in the window of an abandoned apartment building at 7th & Elgin.

The deputies reported to dispatchers that there were people inside the building at the time.

Fire crews quickly responded to the scene and rescued one person from the second floor. According to Moore, crews were able to get the fire knocked down very quickly.

Emergency workers also discovered several meth making materials at the scene. Moore says arson investigators are working to determine whether or not they were related to the fire.

Moore adds that the person rescued from the building appeared to be uninjured.

Fire officials are continuing their investigation, they ask anyone with information as to the cause of the fire to call the arson tip line at (918) 596-ARSN (2776).

 

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