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Lawton fire officials release identity of victims in fatal house fire

Two people were pulled from a home after it caught fire a little after noon on Friday. (Source KSWO) Two people were pulled from a home after it caught fire a little after noon on Friday. (Source KSWO)
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LAWTON, Ok (RNN Texoma) -

The identities of two victims who died in a house fire in Lawton last week have been released.

Authorities say the two victims were 67-year-old William Alexander and 66- year-old Karmo King.

Investigators are still looking into the cause of the fire which happened in the 4500 block of SW G Ave. 

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