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Trampoline, Wind Blamed For Claremore House Fire

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Photo of the house after firefighters put the flames out. Photo of the house after firefighters put the flames out.
CLAREMORE, Oklahoma -

A trampoline and the wind get the blame for a house fire in Claremore Thursday afternoon.

Firefighters said the trampoline was not anchored to the ground and a gust of wind picked it up, knocked it onto an electric line which sparked the fire.

Firefighters said the house was full of smoke when they arrived but they put the fire out before it could do major damage to the house. No one was hurt.

They recommend owners securely fasten trampolines to the ground. 

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