UPDATE – #CountyLine Life Reported at 15,682 Acres, 75-Percent Contained

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The Texas A&M Forest Service is now reporting the #CountyLine fire at 75-percent contained and still at 15,000 acres. 

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UPDATE 11:42 P.M.:

According to the Moore County Sheriff’s Office and Moore County Emergency Management, all roads will be open at this time. They ask that all non-residence still remain clear of this area.

UPDATE 11:01 P.M.:

According to the Moore County Sheriff’s Office, all residents that live North of FM 722 and FM 2202 can now begin going back to their homes. The road is still shut down on FM 722 West of 2202 and FM 2202 is shut down.

UPDATE 10:46 P.M.:

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UPDATE 8:41 P.M.

According to the Moore County OEM, evacuations have been ordered east of South County Line Rd. to FM 2202, and south of West Rd. R to FM 354.

Officials say if you are in this area to please evacuate immediately.

UPDATE 8:30 P.M.:

According to the Texas A&M Forest Service, the fire is now at an estimated 6,500 acres.

Door-to-door evacuations are taking place long 354 near the Potter and Moore County line, that according to the Dumas / Moore County Dispatch and deputies.

ORIGINAL: 

The Texas A&M Forest Service is responding to a request for assistance on a wildfire in Hartley County.

They say the fire is currently estimated at 1,000 acres.

This is a developing story. Stay with MyHighPlains.com for the latest.

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