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Oklahoma City Fire Department discovers three bodies after house fire


OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Fire Department now confirms ... However, the fire did extend to the adjacent home, which was also believed to be vacant. Fire officials say both homes were boarded up. Crews searched the adjacent home and removed ...


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