Sparks from mower likely caused 1,500-acre Oklahoma fire (Reuters)

Sparks from mower likely caused 1,500-acre Oklahoma fire

  Friday, April 8th, 2011 Source: Reuters

A six-square-mile fire that destroyed four houses likely was caused by sparks thrown off by a brush hog tractor mower that struck metal, Oklahoma City’s deputy fire chief said on Thursday. The fire was brought under control after 22 fire departments answered the call, only to reignite late Thursday afternoon after gusting winds shifted southwesterly, Oklahoma City Deputy Fire Chief Cecil Clay said.
Firefighters and a National Guard Blackhawk helicopter raced to at least a dozen different fires that reignited from the menacing blaze of the previous day.

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