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Thursday, September 1, 2011

CODERED IN OKLAHOMA, WILDFIRE: Firefighters Get Upper Hand On NE OKC Wildfire!


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koco.com / UPDATED: 12:28 am CDT September 1, 2011.

OKLAHOMA CITY - A wildfire burned intensely in northeast Oklahoma City on Wednesday night as firefighters worked feverishly to protect homes in the Shadow Ridge housing addition.

Oklahoma City Fire Chief Keith Bryant told Eyewitness News 5 that he felt confident that crews could get the fire contained soon -- but the fight to garner control of the flames could last all night. By 10:30 p.m., firefighters were confident that they had spared homes in the vicinity of NE 122nd Street and Midwest Boulevard.

For a second day, wildfires burned across central Oklahoma -- including blazes in northeast Oklahoma City, southeast Oklahoma City, Payne County and Pottawatomie County.

Live Wire

Edmond fire officials have warned residents in two neighborhoods that they should be prepared to evacuate soon. In an alert issued by the city of Edmond early Wednesday evening, authorities said:

The City of Edmond has initiated CodeRed alert for residents located between Memorial and 15th and Post Road and I-35. The warning is for residents to evacuate due to the wildfires moving northward from 122nd and Memorial. Edmond neighborhoods include Eagles Cove and South Lake.

Residents should proceed without delay to your planned evacuation point and notify responsible family members of your plan.
If residents do not have a pre-designated reunification point, a shelter has been established at the Forest Park Community Center. The address is 4203 N. Coltrane.

Roads currently blocked are Memorial between Midwest and Douglas and Post Road from 2nd to 33rd.

Further information and updates can be obtained by calling 216-7250 or going to web site edmondok.com.

Metro Fires Continue To Burn

A fire on the city's southeast side prompted Oklahoma City police to evacuate a square mile from Westminster and Anderson roads to Southeast 44th to 59th streets as well as Royal Drive and homes along the South I-40 Service Road.


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