Wildfire Conditions Improve, Forestry Service Ends Support
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma Forestry Service says its ended its efforts to support crews in battling wildfires in western Oklahoma.
Now that the fires are mostly contained, many crews are already back home. The Forestry Service says it brought in resources from 32 states including 118 trucks, 20 planes and 2 incident management teams.
On Thursday Governor Mary Fallin reduced the number of counties included in the burn ban from 36 to 14 due to improving conditions and rainfall across the state.
You can see the remaining counties under the burn ban on the Forestry Service website