Oklahoma Ave. reopens following downtown fire

Oklahoma Ave. reopens following downtown fire

City of Guthrie officials reopened Oklahoma Ave. nine days after two downtown buildings caught fire.


The City’s street crews removed the barriers Monday morning to allow traffic through the street.

A structural engineer inspected the buildings last week and at this time believes the buildings can be rebuildable.

In the meantime, a more secure restraining fence around the buildings has been discussed until more definite plans are made.

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