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Cleanup Begins at Hideaway Pizza Following a Fire
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- Crews begin the cleanup process hours after an electrical fire rips through a popular pizza place.
Hideaway Pizza in Nichols Hills will be closed until repairs can be made.
Janie Harris, a spokesperson for Hideaway Pizza says the fire broke out about 3:30 Tuesday morning. Firefighters say it started in the ceiling toward the back of the building.
The location employs about 50 people. Harris says other Hideaway locations will absorb those employees until the Nichols Hills restaurant can reopen.
Coming up on the Primetime News at Nine, when Hideaway Pizza Nichols Hills believes it'll be able to open its doors again.
Posted: Tuesday, September 25 2012, 09:31 PM CDT
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Oklahoma interstates open, but traffic slow moving
May 21, 2013 14:39 GMT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Officials say all of the interstates through the tornado-ravaged areas of Moore and Oklahoma City are open, but traffic is moving slowly.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports portions of Interstates 44 and 35 that were shut down after Monday's deadly tornado were reopened about 10 p.m. Monday.
Capt. George Brown says all lanes of I-35 through Moore are open, but that traffic has slowed to a crawl where the tornado crossed the interstate. Heavily damaged homes and businesses can be seen on both sides of the north-south thoroughfare.
Interstate 44 west of Moore also was shut down Monday because of downed power lines across the roadway.
The OHP reports there are 68 roadblocks still set up within the city of Moore and that travel in the area is discouraged.
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