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Texas A&M Forest Service Responding to Kirby Creek Fire in Lampasas County

LAMPASAS COUNTY, TX – The Texas A&M Forest Service has issued an alert that they are responding to a request for assistance on the #KirbyCreekFire in Lampasas County. As of the latest update, the fire is estimated to cover 150 acres and is only 10% contained.

Local firefighting crews and the Texas A&M Forest Service are working together to combat the blaze, focusing on containment efforts and safeguarding local communities.

Residents in the affected area are urged to stay vigilant, monitor local news sources, and follow instructions from emergency officials. It is unclear at this time if any structures are threatened or if evacuations have been ordered.

The #KirbyCreekFire adds to a series of wildfires that have been affecting Texas recently, and officials are working diligently to bring the situation under control.

Anyone with information or needing assistance relating to the fire is encouraged to reach out to local authorities or the Texas A&M Forest Service. Updates on the fire’s status, containment efforts, and safety instructions will continue to be provided by the relevant agencies.

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