Fire investigators will decide what started a Tulsa house fire while no one was at home overnight.
A neighbor called firefighters at 11:54 p.m. Tuesday when smoke and flames were spotted coming from a house near 700 North Quaker Avenue.
The two people who live in the house were not at home when the broke out.
We're told the fire started in the floor of a bedroom, but what ignited the fire is unknown.
Firefighters were on the scene for one hour and 47 minutes.