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Oklahoma Firefighters Battle Multiple Grass Fires

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Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD flew over the scene of the grass fire near Bethel Acres, about five miles west of Shawnee near the Twin Lakes area. Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD flew over the scene of the grass fire near Bethel Acres, about five miles west of Shawnee near the Twin Lakes area.
POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Oklahoma -

Oklahoma firefighters responded to multiple grass fires Friday afternoon.

Just before 1 p.m., firefighters battled two grass fires near Bethel Acres and Macomb.

Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD flew over the scene of the grass fire near Bethel Acres, about five miles west of Shawnee near the Twin Lakes area. That fire has burned about 160 acres.

Authorities say they have that fire under control.

Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD flew over the scene of another grass fire near Macomb, on S. Highway 59 B, in the area of Coker Road and Prospect Road. Pilot Jim Gardner reported that this fire burned at least 160 acres.

Firefighters have contained grass fire near Choctaw, 21355 N.E. 36th Street.

Crews have also put out a small grass fire that burned near a home in Harrah.

Stay with news9.com for more updates.

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