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Tulsa Fire Says Electrical Problem, Not Lightning Caused House Fire

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Firefighters say a small fire in the attic was quickly extinguished. Firefighters say a small fire in the attic was quickly extinguished.
The home is located in the 500 block of South Yorktown. The home is located in the 500 block of South Yorktown.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

The Red Cross helped a Tulsa family after a home caught fire early Tuesday.

The Tulsa Fire Department got the call at 12:30 a.m. to a home in the 500 block of South Yorktown.

Firefighters say they found a small fire in the attic and quickly extinguished it.

Everyone in the home was able to get out safely.

Neighbors thought it may have been caused by a lightning strike, but fire officials believe an electrical problem sparked it.

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