Dyess along with the Texas Forest Service also joined in, attempting to contain the fire.
Fire fighters worked in weather conditions that weren't ideal and Hamby Fire Department Volunteer says
"It was extremely hot, and you know you run out of fluids quick," says Taylor Bartin, Hamby Volunteer Fire Fighter.
Although they say it's been tough, that is what they volunteer to do.
Kerry Ward, Comanche Volunteer Fire Fighter says your core temperature rises when conditions like today's fire happens.
The American Red Cross also has been lending a hand to ensure all fire fighters are hydrated and taken care of.
According to officials, fire fighters will continue to battle the blaze all through the evening.
As of 10 p.m. this evening, 10 percent of the fire has been contained and about 700 acres have burned.
We must remember these are volunteer fire fighters that are putting in hard work to help others.
Meanwhile, officials say they will continue all evening to make sure every spot is put out.