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N.E. Oklahoma City House Fire
UPDATE: Oklahoma City Fire Department is reporting the main body of the fire is knocked out at the house fire on N.E.129th St. Fire crews will be on scene for quite sometime doing overhaul operation.
Oklahoma City Fire Department are working a ouse fire at 8501 Ne 129th. The smoke can be seen from I-35 and Hefner. Stay tuned to Fox 25 for more details as they become available.
Posted: Wednesday, January 16 2013, 03:39 PM CST
IN OKLAHOMA NEWS
Okla. highways reopened after Moore tornado
May 21, 2013 04:22 GMT
MOORE, Okla. (AP) -- Oklahoma highway officials say Interstate 35 in Moore has reopened in both directions.
But the Transportation Department said late Monday that travel in the Moore area was still discouraged.
The agency said first responders, utility crews and others performing official duties are working in the area and need clear lanes of travel.
The department says no other highways are closed due to the storms.
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