Storms possible this weekend

UPDATE: Crews work overnight to contain Logan County grass fire

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LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. - Emergency crews are on scene today of two wildfires in Logan County.

According to initial reports, a fire south of Langston started off as a grass fire and then made its' way into some cedar trees.

Another fire in Crescent has crews requesting air support.

A helicopter is flying above pouring water to help put the fire out.

The fire has consumed as much as 600 acres and fire crews are on the scene helping put the fire out.

Firefighters say there are as many as 15 different departments fighting the fire and several Devon sub-contractors have choppers dropping water from the air.

Flames are shooting well about the tree lines.

According to reports, the fire appears to have started just south of a home located about 2 miles east of Highway 74 and 5 miles south of Highway 51.

At this time, no homes in the Crescent area have been destroyed by the fire.

Most of Oklahoma is currently under a red flag warning, and fire danger is extremely high.

Bob Moore Chopper 4 is over the scene.

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