Fire in Tulsa AT&T High-Rise

Sprinklers knock down fire at telecommunications center

 

(KJRH)

 

Cori Duke, KJRH

TULSA, Okla. (KJRH) – All streets are back open after the Tulsa Fire Department responded to a fire at a high-rise building downtown Tuesday morning.

Officials said the AT&T building near 6th and Denver had smoke on several floors. No one was inside the building at the time and officials said the sprinkler system did activate, helping to contain the fire. Investigators believe the fire started in a cubicle on the third floor.

The building houses millions of dollars of telecommunications equipment for the entire region. MORE

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Sprinklers knock down fire at telecommunications center     Cori Duke, KJRH TULSA, Okla. (KJRH) – All streets are back open after the Tulsa Fire Department responded to a fire at a high-rise building downtown Tuesday morning. Officials said the AT&T building near 6th and Denver had smoke on several floors. No one was inside […]

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