Firefighters Battle 2 Alarm Commercial Fire In NW OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY - Firefighters battled a two alarm commercial fire Sunday evening in Northwest Oklahoma City.
According to officials, the fire started around 9:30 p.m. near Northwest 5th Street and North Pennsylvania Avenue. Multiple cars and an RV are reported to have caught on fire.
Officials said there were reports that 55 gallon drums were at the rear of the building, with unknown contents. The building was believed to potentially be a chemical storage warehouse.
Hazmat crews also responded to the scene, officials said.
Traffic control was issued near Northwest 5th Street and North Virginia Avenue.
TAC 1 - 2ND ALARM COMMERCIAL FIRE -NW. 10th and Pennsylvania - Possibly chemical storage warehouse. 55 gallon drums of unknown product at rear of building, unknown if any are involved. Power lines down. RV and cars threatened. -BF 9:49 p.m.— Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) April 30, 2018
TAC 1 - Fire has been knocked down at NW. 10 and Penn. The 55 gallon drums may be empty. Firefighters are still trying to confirm that. Fire Investigators have been requested. No injuries to civilians or firefighters reported. Search underway. -BF 9:53 p.m.— Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) April 30, 2018