TUTTLE, Okla. — Multiple crews are working to contain a fire at the Braum's facility in Tuttle, Okla., according to KOCO 5 in Oklahoma City.
Braum's officials said the fire started around 2:30 a.m. Friday morning at the hay bale story facility. The facility store more than 1,000 hay bales.
Wet hay bales are to blame for the fire, said Braum's officials. Several parts of the structure have collapsed, reports KOCO.
PHOTO GALLERY: Crews battle fire at Braum's facility in Tuttle
No people or animals have been injured. It is unknown how the fire started.
We will continue to update as we receive more information.
(Video and pictures courtesy KOCO 5 in Oklahoma City)
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