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Catoosa Mobile Home Engulfed in Fire, Police Arrest Woman at Scene

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Fire crews were at the scene of a Catoosa mobile home engulfed in fire early Thursday morning.

Crews from Catoosa, Verdigris and Rolling Hills responded to the blaze at Port City Mobile Home Park on old Route 66 across from the iconic Blue Whale.

When firefighters arrive at the scene of the blaze, the found the Catoosa Police had been administrating help to a woman that was found unconscious near the trailer.

Upon further assistance, police found that the woman, later identified as Stephanie Stevens, was under the influence of alcohol. She was later arrested and charged with public intoxication.

Emergency dispatchers in Tulsa told KTUL.com that the mobile home is a complete loss after the blaze but no one was reportedly injured.

It is unclear how the fire began at this time, but early indicators may point to portable heaters as the cause. An investigation is underway.

Stay with KTUL.com as we receive updates.

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