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Investigators Looking Into Cause of Love County Home Fire

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LOVE COUNTY,OK--Firefighters in Love County battled the heat while they tried to save a home this afternoon.

The call went out around four twenty of a mobile home engulfed in flames.

It's on Long Hollow Road just off Oswalt Road in Love County.

Multiple agencies responded, but no reports yet of any injuries.

"We got a call about 4 o'clock that the house was on fire, we've been talking to witnesses. Sounds like it's burning for a couple of hours, we're unsure if anyone's in the house. It's under investigation, we've got the fire marshall in route this way," said Jason Bone, Love County Undersheriff.

We will continue to follow this story as it develops.

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