A fire destroyed a home in north Tulsa early Wednesday morning. Tulsa Fire got the call at about 3:30 a.m.
The home is located at 32nd Street North and Jamestown.
By the time firefighters arrived, smoke and flames were coming from windows and roof.
Tulsa Fire immediately began to attack the fire, but at one point had to back out, because it was too dangerous.
A person in the house and four people living in a mobile home next to it escaped without injury.
Firefighters say they had a hard time fighting the fire because of the number of items stored in the home.
Cause of the fire remains under investigation.