Fire departments from TX, NM put out wildfire near Muleshoe - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Fire departments from TX, NM put out wildfire near Muleshoe

Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe
Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe
Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe
Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe
Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe Photos by Greyson Rennels from Channel 6 out of Muleshoe
MULESHOE, TX (KCBD) -

Fire departments from two different states were called to put out a wildfire west of Muleshoe near FM 1760 and the New Mexico State Line on Tuesday.

According to Gillamb Advertising, Channel 6 in Muleshoe, five departments were called to fight the fire: Muleshoe, Lazbuddie, and three from New Mexico - Causey, Arch, and Portales.

He says fire is out.

No official estimate on acreage is available at this time.

NEWS GALLERY: Grass fire near Muleshoe

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