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House fire on Lawton's Northwest side

LAWTON, Okla_Investigators are working to figure out what started a house fire in Lawton.


The fire was reported just before 11 PM Wednesday night on the 1700 block of Northwest Arlington. A firefighter was hurt in the process. He was seen being helped to an ambulance by fellow firefighters.

Investigators tell 7News there was no one home at the time. It's not clear yet what started the fire.

 

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