PHOTOS: Grass fire reignites, firefighters back on scene

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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Crews were sent back to battle a fire south of Dover after some areas of the fire reignited.

A KSNT News reporter said four trucks were on scene to extinguish the flames.

Firefighters are back at the scene of a fire near SW 77th Street after a part of the fire reignited.

Shawnee County Fire Department District No. 4 was called to a grass fire around noon Sunday to an area south of Dover near 77th Street and SW Douglas.

Before crews arrived to the scene, flames spread to several buildings, according to local authorities.

Firefighters are back at the scene of a fire near 77th Street after a part of the fire reignited.

The fire then spread east to 57th and SW Douglas Road.

Several counties had crews on scene, in addition to the help of air support (Air Tanker 95), who made two air drops.

A structure fire that reignited was doused with water.

A structure at 13347 77th Street was completely destroyed.
A structure at 13347 77th Street was completely destroyed.

According to officials on the scene no one lives in the structure that was destroyed.

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