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Historic Tulsa School Building Destroyed By Fire To Be Demolished

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The school building was ruled a total loss after the fire. The school building was ruled a total loss after the fire.
The fire and explosion was ruled accidental after an investigation by the ATF. The fire and explosion was ruled accidental after an investigation by the ATF.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Crews will begin tearing down the historic Barnard Elementary building Tuesday.

Tulsa Public Schools paid nearly $200,000 for the demolition project, after a fire gutted the school last month.

The fire displaced the students and teachers of Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences, who were moved into the empty Sequoyah Elementary School building.

Crews will have to remove asbestos and tear down the unstable brick walls.

The job is expected to take about a month.

9/14/2012 Related Story: Tulsa School Fire Started In Lab, Ruled Accidental By ATF Investigators

9/5/2012 Related Story: Parents, Students Share Memories Of Tulsa School Building Destroyed By Fire

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