OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A large grass fire burned in Northeast Oklahoma City Thursday, causing heat-related injuries to a firefighter and a property owner.

The fire ignited in an outbuilding and spread to a trailer full of tires. The blaze then moved into a wooded area, according to Oklahoma City Fire Department officials.

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The aftermath of a grass fire in NE Oklahoma City. Image from OKCFD.

The fire was a threat to nine horses and a few dogs, but firefighters and the property owners worked together and moved the animals to safety.

Although none of the animals were harmed, a firefighter and a property owner did suffer heat exhaustion. Both were transported to the hospital, fire officials said.

Further details were not provided.