Several Wildfires Flare Up In Rural Pottawatomie, Seminole Counties
ASHER, Oklahoma - Crews have been called to a cluster of wildfires, two in Pottawatomie County and two in Seminole County, east of the OKC metro, Wednesday afternoon.
Firefighters were first called out to a scene in the 42000 block of Turkey Hill Rd., near State Highway 18 and E. 1350 Rd. A little more than 150 acres of land has burned so far.
Later, another wildfire popped up in a marshy area just to the north of the town of Konawa, Okla. This fire was located in an area with virtually no structures and a lot of streams and ponds.
A third fire then ignited about two and a half miles southeast of the town of Maud, Okla., near 1310 Rd. and 3520 Rd.
Just after 4 p.m., a fourth fire sparked up along State Highway 9 (W. Walnut St.) and Corker Rd., about three miles west of the town of Tecumseh, Okla. A well house on the property was destroyed.
The causes for the fires have not yet been determined. No injuries have been reported.
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