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About 300 acres were burned in Howard County Saturday afternoon.

Multiple agencies responded to a fire near Ratliff Road and south Highway 87th in Howard County.

According to Volunteer Fire Chief, Tommy Sullivan, he said no structures were lost in the fire.

Bulldozers were used to clear the line of debris and brush to help prevent the fire from spreading.

The blaze was extinguished with the help of the Howard County Volunteer Firefighters, Big Spring FD, Howard County Road and Bridge, Tubbs Quarry, the Sheriff’s Department, and the Department of Public Safety.

Chief Sullivan says the fire was started after a person was clearing off their land and hit a guy-wire on an electric pole causing a shortage and a fire to start.

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