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Tulsa Crews Discover Meth Lab

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Tulsa emergency crews discovered a meth lab after responding to a fire early Saturday morning in the 7100 block of East Latimer Place. Tulsa emergency crews discovered a meth lab after responding to a fire early Saturday morning in the 7100 block of East Latimer Place.
Firefighters found a pile of clothes and a wagon full of firecrackers in flames. Firefighters found a pile of clothes and a wagon full of firecrackers in flames.

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TULSA, OK -- Tulsa emergency crews discovered a meth lab after responding to a fire early Saturday morning.

Crews with the Tulsa Fire Department responded to a fire in a driveway in the 7100 block of East Latimer Place.

When firefighters arrived, they found a pile of clothes and a wagon full of firecrackers in flames.

Crews said a man was trying to put the fire out and burned his arms.

Firefighters said they went inside the house to make sure there were no fire threats and found all of the materials necessary to run a meth lab.

Crews called a hazardous materials team and the Tulsa Police Department.

Tulsa police investigators have confirmed it was a meth lab.

The man burned in the fire was taken to a local hospital.

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