RED HORSE FIRE
Incident Summary | The Red Horse Fire that ignited on February 18, 2018 was said described as many as a wildfire that was stretched to 10 miles long and one mile wide. It had burned a total of 2,549 acres.
After many long hours and tireless efforts, crews have reached a 100% containment status.
Resources | There are still 48 firefighters assigned to this incident, alongside of 18 engines.
Command | Command is in Unified Command with Oklahoma Forestry Services and Freedom Fire Department.
Damage Assessments | There have been no reports of structures threatened, damaged or destroyed. There has also been no civilian or firefighter injuries reported. The cost-to-date is $232,000.
Social Media | We are using the hashtags #RedHorseFire #OKwildfire
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