Crews battle wildfires in Cleveland County
NORMAN, Okla. — Fires continue to burn around Oklahoma, flare ups and hot spots are the biggest problem in the Thunderbird Lake are early Monday morning.
7,900 acres have burned so far, about 100 structures are thought to have been lost in the Noble, Norman and Slaughterville areas.
One fire chief reported the wildfires were so violent in the area that structures were “pretty much incinerated.”
The fire is contained.
State Highway 9 was re-opened Sunday night.
No significant injuries have been reported in Cleveland County.
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