UPDATE: 10:11 p.m.
For the fire near Boys Ranch, it's not contained as of tonight.
According to an official from the Texas A&M Forestry Services, so far the damage from Oldham County fire has affected 7,000 acres and it's only 25% contained.
And according to the Oldham County Emergency Management's Facebook Page, the L.I.T Ranch Fire has been mostly contained in Oldham County, but crews are still working North of Boys Ranch.
We're told there were no injuries or evacuations, so far.
Several crews are working the fire and they say they're expected to be there all night.
The Assistant Fire Chief for the Channing Fire Department says although the fire is large, it could have been worse.
UPDATE: Troy Duchenaeux from the Texas A&M Forest Service confirms that two aircraft were called in to help put out this fire. They dropped approximately 2400 gallons of fire retardant.
Duchenaeux does not anticipate knowing an updated acreage estimate until the morning when they can see the damage in the daylight.
Boys Ranch did have an evacuation plan in place just in case the fire spread closer to them, that according to Mike Pacino with Cal Farley's Boys Ranch, but they did not actually evacuate.
Pacino says it started a few miles north of Boys Ranch on Highway 385 this afternoon.
Per Texas Forest Service estimate of 7,000 acres burned at 0% containment.
UPDATE 5:40 P.M.:
Officials are reporting that LIT Ranch fire is quickly moving South, southeast. Potter and Moore counties have been dispatched as well as TX Forest Service .
A wildfire has started burning in Oldham County 10 miles SE of Channing or 3 miles North of Prayer Town.
The Vega, Boys Ranch, Channing, and Hartley Fire Departments are currently on scene.
We will have more information as it becomes available.
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