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Fire rips through Altus home Friday morning

Altus- An Altus home went up in flames Friday morning. Firefighters were called to a home near North Willard and West A Street around 2 a.m. 

Flames and smoke were already coming from inside when they got there. Crews did their best to stop the fire, but it appears the home was destroyed. No word yet from the fire department on the cause or if anybody was hurt, but our photographer at the scene says the fire marshal was called to investigate.




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