Update: August 6, 4 p.m.

According to the Texas A&M Forest Service Incident Viewer, the Dog Creek Fire in Childress County is estimated at 448 acres and is 100% contained.

Update: August 6, 12:53 p.m.

According to the Texas A&M Forest Service Incident Viewer, the Dog Creek Fire in Childress County is an estimated 448 acres and is 95% contained.

UPDATE: (10:25 p.m.)

Texas A&M Forest Service reports that the “Dog Creek Fire” is now 448 acres and an estimated 85% contained.

UPDATE: (7:10 p.m.)

The Texas A&M Forest Service reports that the “Dog Creek Fire” in Childress County is now 448 acres and an estimated 45% contained.

Texas A&M Forest Service said dozers continue to make progress in building containment lines around the perimeter.

Original story.

CHILDRESS COUNTY, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Officials with the Texas A&M Forest Service announced Friday afternoon that crews are responding to a reported fire in Childress County, fire officials are calling the “Dog Creek Fire.”

According to a post made on the Texas A&M Forest Service’s Twitter account, the fire is located northeast of Childress within the county. The fire is estimated at 250 acres and is 35% contained as of around 2:43 p.m.

“Crews are making good but slow progress due to rough terrain,” the tweet read.

This is a developing story. MyHighPlains.com will update this article as new information becomes available.

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