Midwest City officials say fire intentionally set, but not calling it arson
MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (AP) â€” Fire marshal: blaze that destroyed dozens of home in Midwest City, Okla., intentionally set.
The fire that destroyed 17 homes and damaged many more was intentionally set, Midwest City officials said this afternoon.Jerry Lojka, Midwest City fire marshal, said investigators have determined the fire was set by an individual at SE 29 and Post Road on Thursday.
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