Eight people have been discovered dead Thursday in a burning Tulsa-area home in what was being investigated as a number of homicides, police stated 

The fire was reported about 4 p.m. Thursday in a quiet residential area of Damaged Arrow, Oklahoma, 13 miles southeast of Tulsa.

they didn't imagine a direct menace to the general public existed.

Damaged Arrow police stated that though the fireplace and the deaths have been being investigated as homicides,  

"with quite a lot of shifting elements," so no different info was being launched instantly.

Police spokesman Ethan Hutchins stated the scene was advanced  

however our bodies haven't been positively recognized, Hutchins stated.

Witnesses instructed police that a household of eight had lived in the home, two adults and 6 youngsters,  

Damaged Arrow would not have this type of scenario day by day," Hutchins stated.

"Understandably, it is a shock to Damaged Arrow. It is a secure metropolis.  

Catelin Powers stated she was driving along with her youngsters close by when she noticed a column of smoke close to her home, so she drove previously to analyze.

Powers stated when one other man emerged from the entrance door dragging an apparently unconscious, unresponsive girl.  

Two males and a lady on her telephone have been standing at the entrance of the home,  

Suspecting the girl was useless, Powers stated she drove on so her youngsters can be spared the sight.

Damaged Arrow is Tulsa's greatest suburb, with nearly 115,000 residents.