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OKLAHOMA CITY - Emergency crews are working to get a grass fire under control in northeast Oklahoma County.
Firefighters rushed to the area of Waterloo and Westminster after receiving calls about a grass fire spreading, shortly before 3 p.m. Monday.
Before fire crews arrived, the blaze may have torn apart one structure.
It does not appear that the fire is threatening any homes or businesses nearby at this time.
However, it continues to consume open land.
Authorities believe about 5 to 10 acres have been burned so far.