BURN BAN: Counties reinstate burn bans for extreme fire danger
OKLAHOMA CITY - High winds and warming temperatures are forcing fire danger into the extreme category.
Several Oklahoma counties have reinstated burn bans.
- Alfalfa County
- Blaine County
- Canadian County
- Creek County
- Grady County
- Jefferson County
- LeFlore County
- Okmulgee County
- Pittsburg County
- Rogers County
- Sequoyah County
- Tillman County
- Wagoner County
Fire officials said burning without a permit during a burn ban could result in fines from $177 to $1,200.
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