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County Fire Task Force headed to assist wildland fire

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After spending several hours of putting fire out in their own county, the Logan County Fire Task Force is now headed south to help their fellow man with a wildland fire.

Crews from Guthrie, Woodcrest, Meridian, Sooner, Cashion and Deer Creek are headed to Cooperton, Oklahoma to fight a wildland fire that has burning for days.

Cooperton is located in Kiowa County in southwestern Oklahoma.

Along with brush and tanker trucks, Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow and Logan County Emergency Manager David Ball are responding to the area.

On Wednesday, 1,000 acres burned in Logan County, near Mulhall. County fire departments received assistance from fire task forces in Oklahoma, Canadian and Noble counties.

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