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Central Texas WildFire

By: Ashley Lacewell Email
By: Ashley Lacewell Email

Crews from several departments were working to contain a stubborn wildfire Monday evening east of Bartlett that straddled the Bell-Milam County line.

At one point, flames were threatening some buildings, but there were no initial reports of damage to structures.
Dense brush was hampering efforts to reach the fire, which was six feet high when firefighters arrived this afternoon.

By early Monday evening, it had scorched about 90 acres.


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