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Reba McEntire is among seven people rescued from a building in Oklahoma after a staircase collapsed

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Reba McEntire is among seven people rescued from a historic building in Oklahoma after a staircase collapsed

  • The 66-year-old legendary musician was one of seven people saved by authorities from the brick building in Atoka, OK on Tuesday
  • McEntire was reportedly on the second floor of the building with boyfriend Rex Linn when the ‘dilapidated stairs’ collapsed and left the group stranded 


Reba McEntire was rescued from a historic building in Oklahoma after a staircase collapsed while she was touring the 100-year-old structure.

The 66-year-old legendary musician was one of seven people saved by authorities from the brick building in Atoka, OK on Tuesday.

McEntire was reportedly on the second floor of the building with boyfriend Rex Linn when the ‘dilapidated stairs’ collapsed and left the group stranded. 

Scary situation: Reba McEntire was rescued from a historic building in Oklahoma after a staircase collapsed while she was touring the 100-year-old structure; seen in 2019

Scary situation: Reba McEntire was rescued from a historic building in Oklahoma after a staircase collapsed while she was touring the 100-year-old structure; seen in 2019

DailyMail.com contacted McEntire’s representatives for comment. 

In a video shared by KTEN News reporter Lisanne Anderson, local firefighters appeared to hoist up a ladder for the recovery efforts.

With assistance from the team below, McEntire climbed down the ladder and appeared to be in good spirits despite the traumatic event. 

‘Sure glad she and boyfriend Rex Linn are ok! While touring an old building, a staircase collapsed,’ Anderson shared on Twitter. 

‘They were among seven people inside. Atoka’s finest came to the rescue. No one hurt, just some bumps and bruises.’ 

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