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CLEVELAND, Texas — Several crews have almost contained a wildfire burning in Liberty County.
Nearby residents who were evacuated can return to their homes.
There are no reports of injuries.
The fire is off County Road 3810 about seven miles southwest of Cleveland.
Crews from Liberty, Montgomery County and San Jacinto counties battled the wildfire with help from the Texas A&M Forestry Service.
At this point, we don’t know how the fire started.
Montgomery County Fire Crews are working a wildfire off CR 3810 in Liberty County. Additional crews requested from Texas A&M Forest Service, Liberty and San Jacinto Counties enroute. LCSO evacuating some endangered homes. pic.twitter.com/9VjPAdToTJ
— MCFMO (@MCfiremarshal) November 16, 2020
This is a developing story. We’ll post more here as we get information on this fire.