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Guymon resident in critical condition after home catches fire

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Guymon, OK - A Guymon resident remains in the Lubbock Burn Center after her home caught fire.

The Guymon Fire Department says they responded to a blaze at 6163 Sunset Friday night, where they were told that a women and her pets were still inside the home.

We're told a firefighter rescue team took ten minutes to find the unconscious female victim.

Guymon paramedics first began treatment and the victim was then airlifted to Lubbock where she is in critical condition.

Early estimation of damage to the home is $150,000.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation and we're told there were no other injuries.

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