In Texas, The Lefors East Fire burned over 135,000 acres of land.
According to KFDA-TV in Amarillo, three people died in Gray County while they were trying to save cattle in the area. The two burn victims were airlifted to Amarillo and Lubbock but did not survive, the judge said. She says Crockett and Wallace were in their early 20s and Sloan's age was not known.
Lipscomb County Sheriff Kenneth Eggleston said two others died in fire-related deaths - one in Lipscomb County and one in Ochiltree County.
"Possibly the most damaging tornado was reported in Oak Grove, [Mo.] where an EF3 tornado with 152-mph winds damaged 483 houses and 12 commercial buildings".
The fire in Potter County, which was listed as 100 percent contained by the Forest Service at about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, started near Bluebonnet Road and spread quickly to the northeast up Highway 136 and Farm-to-Market Road 293.
Ashland High is in Clark County, where 625 square miles have burned amid a series of wildfires in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado. Heading out soon to assist with the wildfires.
In Texas, where four people have died in wildfires this week, three major fires have scorched about 500,000 acres (200,000 hectares) in the Panhandle.
Five Texans lost their lives in the fires. The Dallas firefighters left Tuesday morning and are expected to be deployed for seven days.
The woman's name wasn't released. Hundreds of homes have been threatened and two homes have been reported destroyed. It is burning primarily in grass and brush.
He says authorities were finally able to fly over the area to get a more accurate sense of the damage.
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The Kansas fires have accelerated rapidly throughout the day.
This fire is now 75 percent contained.
The National Weather Service reports smoke from the northwestern Oklahoma fires will cause problems for people with respiratory problems, and urges those people to stay indoors. Two Kansas National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters with collapsible 660-gallon water buckets and one Army Reserve CH-47 Chinook, capable of dropping 2,000 gallons of water per run, conducted aerial fire suppression operations in Clark County Wednesday.
TFS ground resources including fire engines, and bull dozers are actively engaged in firefighting efforts on this wildfire in conjunction with local resources.
The Dumas Complex Fire's behavior is low.
Another person was killed in Hemphill County, Texas near Oklahoma border.
A crew from the Red, White & Blue Fire Protection District received federal deployment orders late Monday evening to deploy and assist a large wildfire now burning south of Dodge City, Kansas.
More than 650,000 acres (263,000 hectares) have burned in Kansas, but the fire threat subsided on Tuesday with just eight counties reporting active blazes, according to the state's emergency management agency.
There are reports of significant cattle losses as entire ranches were engulfed.
According to the Oklahoma Forestry Service, fires in Harper, Beaver and Woodward Counties prompted Gov. Mary Fallin to declare a state of emergency in 22 counties.