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Muddy Ground Hampers Broken Arrow Firefighters

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Thanks to the wind, the fire kept jumping roads near 209th East Avenue and 41st Street and spreading. Thanks to the wind, the fire kept jumping roads near 209th East Avenue and 41st Street and spreading.
Several fire trucks kept getting stuck in mud and had to be pulled out. Several fire trucks kept getting stuck in mud and had to be pulled out.

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BROKEN ARROW, OK -- A grass fire overnight kept fire crews busy in Broken Arrow.

Firefighters from Broken Arrow and Rolling Hills fire departments responded to a brush and grass fire around 11 p.m. Sunday.

Thanks to the wind, the fire kept jumping roads near 209th East Avenue and 41st Street and spreading.

Firefighters did manage to keep it away from any homes, but a shed did burn down.

Firefighters had to battle another problem at the fire scene, their trucks kept getting stuck in mud and had to be pulled out.

LINK: Broken Arrow Fire Department

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