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Mobile Home Fire Kills Two in Osage County

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Two people are dead this Thanksgiving after a mobile home fire in Osage County.

Identities for the two people killed have not yet been released. But officials told KTUL that a 35-year-old man and his 32-year-old girlfriend were inside the mobile home when the fire broke out at 2 a.m. near 36th Street North and 37th West Avenue.

Crews with the Osage Hills Volunteer Fire Department were assisted by the Tulsa Fire Department when they received word of the blaze.

No official cause has been released for the cause of the fire, but crews at the scene stated there were several space heaters in the mobile home. The two killed were asleep at the time of the fire.

Two other people inside the home were able to escape and were treated at the scene.

More information is expected to be released later this week.

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