NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- Authorities say a grassfire that led to evacuations in a Norman neighborhood burned between 7 and 10 acres.
Deputy Fire Chief Jim Bailey says no structures were damaged in the Saturday fire in central Oklahoma.
Authorities asked residents in parts of the Summit Lakes neighborhood of Norman to evacuate, but The Norman Transcript says crisis was averted when firefighters responded quickly.
Authorities received a call about the blaze on Saturday afternoon and had the fire under control a short while later.
Investigators are trying to figure out how and where the fire started.
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A family of four is recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning in Tulsa, EMSA officials confirmed Thursday evening.
With temperatures forecast to drop over the next few hours and days, area shelters are urging homeless people to come indoors.
Construction workers continue to face challenges performing job duties when temperatures drop.