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Sheriff's office: Baby dies in Wagoner County mobile home fire, 3 people taken to hospital

Crews responded around 1:30 a.m. to the fire near South 320th Road and Toppers Road, just west of Fort Gibson Lake. (KTUL)

The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office says a baby girl is dead after an overnight mobile home fire.

Crews responded around 1:30 a.m. to the fire near South 320th Road and Toppers Road, just west of Fort Gibson Lake. Deputies say three people were taken to the hospital for injuries suffered in the fire, and a 6-month-old child was found dead inside the home.

The sheriff's office says the victims who were taken to the hospital are believed to be in stable condition.

Neighbors say they woke up to the mother of the children screaming. The neighbors say they tried to help the children's mother and father save the baby, but they couldn't. The sister, mother and father of the child were all taken to the hospital, according to the neighbors.

The State Fire Marshal and the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office are investigating the fire, but no foul play is suspected.

“This is a tragic event, and our hearts and prayers go out the family and everyone involved. ” Said Sheriff Chris Elliott.

The Wagoner Fire Department is now accepting donations for the family. Call (918) 485-3000 if you'd like to help.

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