Fire Destorys Collinsville City Hall.

Fire broke out around 5 am this morning at the Collinsville City Hall. The 100-year-old two story brick building, house the fire and police station on the first floor and Firefighters living quarters and storage on the second.

The Fire started on the 2nd floor towards the rear of the building. The second floor was well involved at one point, and ammunition in the Storeroom had exploded. Eyewitness said that flames could be seen from Hwy 169.

Because of the amount of fire and the collapse of the roof, it was unsafe to send Firefighters inside. Company's set up exterior operation to knock down the fire. Two Ladders and one Squirt were used from above. While crews manned hand lines from the ground. Water shuttle was set up due to volume of water need to knock down the fire.

Fire is under investigation at this time, and no injures were reported.

Units on Scene: Collinsville FD, Collinsville PD, Collinsville Rural FD, Skiatook Engine 4 (Tela Squirt), Limestone Tanker, Northwest FD, OHP, Owasso Ladder, Owasso PD, Tulsa Ladder 31, Tulsa County Sheriff, and American Red Cross.

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