By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
While residents of one Oklahoma town sifted through their charred belongings Saturday to salvage what they could after a roaring wildfire that may have been deliberately set, residents in two other towns were being ordered to evacuate their homes.
She said she was able to gather her children, three dogs and some family photos before her house and six others on the street caught fire and burned.
"They thought the fire was going behind" the neighborhood, she said. "And then the wind shifted, and it was too quick. We couldn't do anything."