Oklahoma Forestry Service Provides Wildfire Situation Report


Sunday, March 8th 2020, 9:43 am
By: News 9


The Oklahoma Forestry Service says they responded to 30 wildfires this weekend.

Most of those fires have been contained and OFS is warning Oklahomans to be careful during dry conditions like those seen on Friday and Saturday. For More Information CLICK HERE

Large / Significant Fire Activity within the Protection Area:
• Liberty Fire (Cherokee County) – 200 Acres, 91% Contained
• Dry Creek Fire (Delaware County) – 613 Acres, 90% Contained
• Crow Fire (Latimer County) – 100 Acres, 20% Contained
• Mountain Station Fire (Latimer County) – 110 Acres, 75% Contained
• Anderson Creek Fire (Latimer County – 244 Acres, 90% Contained
• Belle Starr Fire (Latimer County) – 244 Acres, 75% Contained
• Lequire Mountain Fire (Haskell County) – 477 Acres, 70% Contained
• Bells Pond Fire (Pushmataha & Latimer Counties) – 138 Acres, 90 % Contained
• Persimmon Ridge Fire (Adair County) – 150 Acres, 90% Contained
• Calico Fire (Atoka County) – 100 Acres, 90% Contained
• Atoka WMA Fire (Atoka County) – 905 Acres, 90% Contained
• Beaver Mountain Fire (Cherokee County) – 116 Acres, 95% Contained
• Hooper Fire (Cherokee County) – 302 acres (est), 95% Contained
• Russell Mountain Fire (LeFlore County) – 190 acres, 100% Contained
• Henderson Ridge Fire (Latimer County) – 327 acres, 100% Contained

Fire Activity with OFS Response outside of the Protection Area:
• 412 Fire (Beaver County) – 13,000 Acres (est.), 10% Contained
• North Persimmon Fire (Woodward County) – 481 Acres, 90% Contained