Oklahoma governor tours town burned by wildfire
LUTHER, Okla. (AP) -- Firefighters in Oklahoma have under control a wildfire that's suspected to be the work of arsonists.
The fire near Luther burned dozens of homes and forced evacuations Friday. Gov. Mary Fallin toured the community Saturday morning, saying the fire and damage are "heartbreaking."
Officials estimate 56 homes and other buildings have been damaged by the blaze.
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