HEALDTON, OK - Smoke filled the air in downtown Healdton Thursday afternoon when a local business caught fire.
The warehouse connected to the Healdton Family Center store on Main St. caught fire around 12:30 p.m.
Eight different departments including OHP, the Velma Fire Department and the Carter County Sheriff's Department were called to the scene for help.
Firefighters said it took them nearly three hours to put out the fire.
The building is a total loss.
Ratliff City Police Chief Robert Thornton said it's lucky no one was injured.
A state fire marshal is currently investigating what ignited the fire.
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