Firefighter's home gutted by blaze
The fire burned a pick-up truck and SUV before spreading to the home
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Fire gutted the home of a Broken Arrow firefighter late Thursday night.
According to fire officials, the blaze which began around midnight near 101st and Elm started in the garage. The fire burned a sport utility vehicle and a pick-up truck in the yard before spreading to the house.
The firefighter, his wife and two children were inside the home when it started.
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