Update (10:03 p.m.)

The Texas A&M Forest Service, the fire is estimated at 480 acres and is now 80% contained.

Update (7:47 p.m.)

According to the Texas A&M Forest Service, the Indian Creek 2 fire is estimated to cover 480 acres and is 60% contained.

Update (6:28 p.m.)

The Texas A&M Forest Service is now calling the Roberts County Fire the “Indian Creek 2” fire. Officials reported the fire is currently estimated to have burned about 150 acres and is 0% contained.

Update (5:08 p.m.)

Officials from the Texas A&M Forest Service are now calling the Roberts County Fire the “Indian Creek” fire. Officials have not provided an update on the acreage or the containment of the fire.

Original Story:

ROBERTS COUNTY, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Officials from the Roberts County Sheriff’s Office have reported a grass fire in the county Thursday afternoon.

According to information from the Roberts County Sheriff’s Office, officials said crews were just arriving to a grass fire along highway 70 in Roberts County around 3:45 p.m.

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