The massive wildfire in Logan County, Oklahoma, destroyed or damaged about 60 properties with a value of $944,331.
Tuesday morning, officials released a report of the wildfire damage tabulated by the Logan County Assessor's Office.
The data was collected by the Oklahoma County Assessor's Office staff who worked under the direction of Logan County Assessor Tisha Hampton to document the damage as part of a cooperative effort after the emergency.
The grass fire started around 4:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4, in the area east of Interstate 35 near Forest Hill Dr. and Air Depot.
The Logan County wildfire burned through more than 3,000 acres. Johnnie Ray Knox, 56, was killed in the wildfire.