A 7-year-old girl is missing along with the mother, identified by Tulsa police as Taheerah Ahmad, 39. Officials believe that the girl's life is in danger, as her mother is accused of stabbing her 11-year-old daughter.
The 11-year-old girl was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. A house burns near Casitas Pass Road as the Thomas Fire continues to grow on December 10, 2017 near Carpinteria, California.
Law enforcement said Hailey's mother Ahmad duct taped and gagged her three children.
The 9-year-old girl fled to a nearby residence, where some of her extended family live, and called for help.More news: Valeant shares surge 5% on Q1 revenue beat, higher guidance
Authorities had been searching for Ahmad since Monday night, when officers found her house on fire and her 11-year-old daughter suffering from multiple stab wounds.
The 9-year-old girl was then able to go to a relative's home down the street to get help. They were found in downtown Tulsa. She is believed to be driving a black 2005 Lexus RX3, with an Oklahoma paper tag, number UD-4967.
Upon entering, officials saw the stabbed girl, and a kitchen that was set on fire.
She is believed to have taken her seven-year-old daughter, Hafsa Hailey Ahmad, and authorities are anxious for her safety.More news: NCIS Star Reveals She Left Series After Allegedly Suffering Multiple Physical Assaults
The 11-year-old who was stabbed several times was reportedly still unconscious as of Tuesday morning.
Tulsa police Officer Jeanne MacKenzie told the newspaper when authorities arrived they found the 11-year-old "was stabbed so many times that officers and EMSA on the scene couldn't even count them".
MacKenzie said Monday evening that there was no known history of child abuse or domestic violence.More news: Senators face choice on CIA director nominee ahead of key votes