A fire burned a home in Broken Arrow on Wednesday.
Firefighters say it started in the garage spread to a vehicle outside in the 1800 block of Honolulu.
The man who lives in the home said his dog began barking, so he went to the garage and saw smoke and fire. The flames pushed out through the garage to an SUV in the driveway.
Firefighters were extra cautious because they said there was ammunition in the SUV. Thankfully no one was hurt, but there is substantial damage to the house.
Firefighters had a lot of extra help on the scene.
Some fire cadets were just down the road on a training day. They were among the first ones to the fire. pic.twitter.com/uSUs0RdCRf— Emory Bryan (@emorybryan) March 16, 2016
A class of fire cadets was just down the road doing some training. They saw the smoke and responded with the first on duty firefighters.