Police: Victim Found Injured In Front Of Burning Home In NW OKC

Sylvia Corkill, News 9

Emergency crews responded to a house fire in NW Oklahoma City, Thursday night.

According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, it is believed police were initially responding to a disturbance call in the 600 block of NW 33rd Street, when fire crews were called to the same area to a reported house fire around 9:30 p.m.

Upon arrival, OKC police said one victim was found injured in front of the home and transported in emergency status to OU Medical Center.

The victim's injuries were so severe first responders thought he may have been shot. Police now say he may have been severely cut while crashing through the glass window.

Fire crews said the home was engulfed in flames and after it was extinguished no one was found inside.

An investigation is ongoing.

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