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Oklahoma kindergarten evacuated after car fire in parking lot



An Oklahoma nursery was evacuated after a car fire in their parking lot. The fire engulfed two cars next to the building, forcing everyone to get out. Kindergarten staff say the fire scared them as much as the children. Mark Taylor, director of Jones Fire, said at Nannie’s nursery there was a perfect plan. The fire department said it was responding to calls for a fire truck in the shopping mall parking lot. sinking, impending on the second car next to it. It blew out the windows and blew out the tires. and pulled the fire alarm and proceeded to evacuate all the children from the premises, then she ran to the playground to help get the children out of the playground as it was quite close to where the car had caught on fire.” Sherry Minnick, owner of Nannie’s Daycare. While the fire department worked to put out the fire, children were taking to the streets at a local bank. “It’s not surprising that people around them are willing to help get the kids to safety,” Minnick said. They started delivering water and breast pumps to the kids, Minnick said.

An Oklahoma daycare was evacuated following a car fire in their parking lot.

The fire caught two cars next to the building forcing everyone to get out. Kindergarten workers say the fire scared them as much as the children.

When the Jones Fire Department arrived to put out the fire, Nannie’s Daycare brought the children to safety.

Mark Taylor, Director of Jones Fire, said: “Before we could search, all the women who worked at Nannie daycare had a perfect plan.

The fire department said it was responding to a call of a burning vehicle in a shopping mall parking lot.

“When we got there, we found one vehicle completely submerged, ramming into the second vehicle next to it. It blew out the windows and blew out the tyres,” Taylor said.

In the mall, the staff worked to get the kids out.

“The director went to pull up the fire alarm and proceeded to evacuate all the children from the premises. She then ran to the playground to help get the children out of the playground because it was quite close to where the car had entangled. Sherry Minnick, owner of Nannie’s Daycare, said.

While firefighters worked to put out the fire, children were taking to the streets at a local bank.

“The people from the bank, the people right behind us, they literally came out and said, ‘Hey, get those kids in here,'” Minnick said.

The owner said it was no surprise that everyone around was willing to help bring the children to safety.

“It’s a small community so everyone knows everyone, and when the bank saw what was going on, they started delivering water and smokes to the kids,” Minnick said.

The owner said she’s incredibly grateful for help from their neighbors and the fire department.

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