Firefighters from several departments were called out for a fire that resulted in two structures and two vehicles over taken by flames.
Just after 2:30 p.m. on Monday, fire crews were called out to 6340 N. Hiwassee Road which is between Old Highway 33 and New Highway 33. Formerly known as the old Coyle Co-Op.
Dark, black smoke could be seen miles away as it crossed heavily over the old highway.
The fire appears to have started at the home and expanded to a large metal barn, a RV and a vehicle along with a grass fire around the property and across the highway and into an open field.
Firefighters were dependent of tankers supplying water until plugging into a fire hydrant across Highway 33. In which, forced traffic to be stopped in both directions.
Firefighters from Langston, Coyle, Guthrie, Perkins, Stillwater, Sooner and Meridian worked to stop the fire.
There were no injuries reported at the scene.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.