Fire Causes $1 Million in Damage to Oklahoma Business

October 1, 2008

Fire officials in Tulsa, Okla. said a torch cutting mishap led to a blaze that caused more than $1 million in damage to a local business.

Fire Capt. Michael Baker said the fire at Harley Hollan Excavating started when hot metal debris from torch-cutting operations smoldered and ignited a pile of combustible material.

The fire caused extensive damage to the workshop area but the business was unoccupied and no injuries were reported.

Source: Tulsa World.

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