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OACOMA, S.D. -
Authorities say no one was hurt in an early morning fire at the Oasis Inn in Oacoma.
KDLT spoke with a manager by phone at Al's Oasis, which is located about a block away from the hotel.
Tanna Rose tells us that fire crews were still on scene as of about 7:25 a.m. She says no flames are visible from her vantage point but there is still heavy smoke.
She says fire crews are currently throwing water up on the roof.
Rose says Al's Oasis has not received any damage from the fire. The hotel's owners say a lightning strike likely caused the fire.
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