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I'm sure I'm -- I hope -- to a pile of charred bricks and rubble that looks like dozens of other structures demolished by the flames in Luther Oklahoma.
While touring the community governor Mary Fallon finding some debris still smoldering it's hard a couple of days here.
And fire has destroyed 56 different structures around -- years that we've lost around 2700.
Acres and this immediate area.
The fires burning in this area forty miles southwest of Oklahoma City.
Believed to be the fault of an arsonist witnesses reportedly saw someone lighting sections of a newspaper and tossing it from their pickup truck triple digit temperatures paired with high winds have helped spread the flames.
The winds up.
Temperatures high and -- make these moments -- terrible recipe for disaster.
Some can only watch as their homes are destroyed.
If they can catch it when it first does that come over here and knock it out once it goes all I gotta do is sit back and -- we don't have the resources to market now.
While others are trying to extinguish the flames on their own.
We're -- around now she.
And do the water -- thing and see what we do it there was more pressure.
Right now the governor is calling for cooperation and help for those who have lost at all.
People just maybe don't have electricity is on their refrigerators can't and don't have air conditioning I have water so.
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-- -- Firefighters say this pattern of little rainfall low humidity and triple digit temperatures reminding them of twenty elevenths tough season.
The State's forestry commission battled nearly 18100 wildfires last year.
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