breaking: Woman told police she embezzled to pay off gambling debtsbreaking: Air quality alert in effect for OKC Thursday

NewsOK: Oklahoma City News, Sports, Weather & Entertainment

Cats rescued from NW OKC house fire Wednesday

Advertisement
A paramedic seen with a cat rescued from a burning home in northwest Oklahoma City on Wednesday. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]
A paramedic seen with a cat rescued from a burning home in northwest Oklahoma City on Wednesday. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]

Four cats were rescued Wednesday by firefighters at a house fire in northwest Oklahoma City.

Just before 4:10 p.m. Wednesday, fire crews were sent to the fire in the 1400 block of NW 39 where flames could be seen on the home’s roof. Firefighters were told that all residents of the home made it out safely but there were cats still inside.

Firefighters worked quickly to knock down the flames and found four cats during a search of the home. One cat is reportedly still missing.

Related Photos
A paramedic seen with a cat rescued from a burning home in northwest Oklahoma City on Wednesday. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]

A paramedic seen with a cat rescued from a burning home in northwest Oklahoma City on Wednesday. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]

<figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-d5314e144f07852d7c9f95bf39190a5c.jpg" alt="Photo - A paramedic seen with a cat rescued from a burning home in northwest Oklahoma City on Wednesday. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]" title="A paramedic seen with a cat rescued from a burning home in northwest Oklahoma City on Wednesday. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]"><figcaption>A paramedic seen with a cat rescued from a burning home in northwest Oklahoma City on Wednesday. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]</figcaption></figure>
Comments