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Two Escape Tulsa Condo Fire By Jumping Off Balcony

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The Tulsa Fire Department was called to the Shadow Mountain condominiums at 63rd and Memorial just before 11 p.m. The Tulsa Fire Department was called to the Shadow Mountain condominiums at 63rd and Memorial just before 11 p.m.
Firefighters said the two residents who jumped from a balcony were not seriously hurt. Firefighters said the two residents who jumped from a balcony were not seriously hurt.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Firefighters said two people jumped from the second floor balcony to safety after their Tulsa condo caught fire late Monday. 

The Tulsa Fire Department was called to the Shadow Mountain condominiums at 63rd and Memorial just before 11 p.m. 

Firefighters said the two residents were not seriously hurt, but EMSA took them to the hospital to be checked out as a precaution.

Other residents in the condo building were evacuated and electricity was temporarily shut off.  The Red Cross was called in to help. 

Tulsa Fire says PSO restored power and neighboring residents were allowed to return to their condos early Tuesday. 

Cause of the fire, which was confined to the one condominium was still under investigation.

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