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Grayson Co. Fire Marshal investigates large hay bale fire

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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX - Fire fighters from 2 departments battle a large hay bale fire on the border of Howe and Gunter.

Grayson County Fire Marshal, David Gallagher, says fire fighters from Gunter and Howe will be working all night to put out a large fire that has consumed 40 to 50 bales of hay on Strawn Road near FM 902 and Mackey Street.

Gunter fire fighters say they called Gallagher to the scene because the fire looks suspicious.

Gallagher says they are still investigating the cause, but no one was hurt and no homes were threatened.