Controlled burn in Tuttle becomes a fire in OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY-What started as a controlled burn in Tuttle quickly got out of hand.
Officials said that Oklahoma City fire crews responded the burn shortly after 8 p.m. after blaze jumped the river.
The fire quickly spread to a clump of trees in a hard to reach area just off SW 104 St. and S Cimarron Road. No structures are being threatened at this time.
Tuttle officials said that the fire is controlled on their side of the river.
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