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60-acre fire in Williamson County fully contained

Williamson County Emergency Services said the fire, which is being called the Huffy fire, was off of County Road 492.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — Fire crews have now fully contained a fire in Williamson County that began on Friday afternoon. 

Williamson County Emergency Services said the fire, which is being called the Huffy fire, was off of County Road 492. That's southeast of Thrall. 

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Varying reports from Williamson County Emergency Services and the Texas A&M Forest Service indicate the fire was between 60 and 65 acres at this time. The forest service responded to assist with the Huffy fire and said it was 100% contained as of Saturday morning.

Forward progression has been stopped and crews are working on mop-up, WCES said. 

A total of 14 jurisdictions responded. 

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