WATCH: Inside Look at Firefighters Battling Wildfire in McCulloch County

BRADY, TX – A wildfire broke out last night in McCullouch county and firefighters from all across the Concho Valley were brought in to fight it. 

As previously reported, on July 14, volunteers from around the area were dispatched to assist the Brady fire department with a grass fire that jump across state highway 377. Here is the story: 

In the video above provided by the Fort McKavett Volunteer Fire Department viewers can see the inside look from the cab of one of the FMKVFD trucks. 

Crews battled the fire throughout the night and now it is at 4800 acres but is only 15% contained.

The firefighters will continue to fight the fire until it is contained. Today wind gusts are forecasted to be up to 30mph. 

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