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Comanche County crews battle Sterling blaze

STERLING, Okla._Comanche County Emergency Management along with the Elgin and Sterling fire departments have been battling a blaze today north of 165th Street and Highway 7 just west of Sterling.

Crews like Cox's Store and Rush Springs have also responded.

Crews have been able to confirm that the fire is completely out after around 5 hours. Overnight they'll be working through the night to put out any additional hot spots and flare-ups that may still be lingering.

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