Choctaw house fire reignites, crews say total loss

Fire crews put out a blaze that reignited at a Choctaw barn. (KOKH)

Fire crews spent hours overnight trying to put out a pesky fire at a barn turned into a home.

Firefighters responded around 9 p.m. Wednesday to the large metal shop with living quarters in the 13900 block of SE 50th St. According to Oklahoma City fire crews, smoke and flames were showing when firefighters arrived on-scene.

OKCFD officials say they were able to knock down the flames and put the fire out.

Officials say around 2 a.m., crews went back to check for potential hot spots and found visible smoke and flames. It's believed the fire rekindled in the home's insulation.

Crews say no one was at the home when the blaze began and there were no injuries reported. It's believed the barn will be a total loss.

Investigators have classified the cause of the fire as "undetermined."

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