Wildfire threatens multiple homes in Logan County

UPDATED 9:06 p.m.

According to officials during the 9 p.m. conference, a controlled burn was started in the area of Pine and Forest which resulted in the blaze getting out of control.

There are no burn bans in Logan County, according to Eric Harlow, Guthrie’s fire chief.

Officials say six occupied structure were lost in this wildfire.

UPDATED 8:53 p.m.

The fire is near Douglas and Prairie Grove.

First Assembly church located on 1900 S. Division Street, Guthrie is allowing anyone who needs shelter or help to come in.

Roma’s Italian is providing free food and drinks for those who were affected by wildfire, 1202 S Division St, Guthrie, OK 73044.

UPDATED: 8:12 p.m.

According to Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, Guthrie Fire Department is asking drivers to avoid all rural roads east of I-35 near Guthrie as they battle the wildfire.

Officials have confirmed that this wildfire has consumed over 800 acres.

Multiple homes have been taken by this massive fire, officials say.

OKLAHOMA – Fire crews across the state are battling multiple grass fires thanks to high winds and dry conditions.

Fire fighters worked to contain grass fires in N.E. Oklahoma City, Luther, and Noble all just Sunday afternoon.

Officials say the high winds and the dry weather have created the perfect recipe for grass fires.

The most recent fire is a blaze that rekindled in Cleveland County.

Officials say the blaze rekindled twice on Sunday – the second time being just after 3:45 p.m.

Fire crews are on scene working to contain the blaze.

Oklahoma City fire crews are also working to contain a grass fire that spread to a nearby building in N.E. Oklahoma City.

UPDATED: 6:50

The wildfire has made it to the area of I-35 & Seward.

This wildfire has destroyed multiple homes.

The wind and dry grass appears to have fueled the flames, which has continued to grow.

Several residents are being evacuated from their homes.

Crews have blocked off multiple roads to keep motorists away from the blaze.

Officials are warning drivers to stay clear from this area.

ORIGINAL STORY:

10 to 15 fire crews are working to contain what’s being described as a “massive” grass fire in Logan County.

Crews were called to E. Forest Hills and Pine street in Logan County just after 4:45 p.m.

Officials say several homes are involved in this blaze.

At this time, officials have not released whether or not anyone has been injured.

A power line is down in the area, according to officials.

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