TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Authorities in Tulsa are calling for a meeting to address a rash of meth-lab fires that have killed two people and injured several others.
The summit of public safety, social service and health care representatives is set for Monday night at the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Conference Center.
Fifty-seven methamphetamine labs have found in Tulsa so far this year compared to 41 during all of 2008.
Police say the dramatic increase is due to a trend of meth cooks using a quicker, more volatile method of producing smaller amounts of the drug.
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