Seymour Volunteer Fire Department also activated the Wildland Task Force to help.
James Heaton with the Tennessee Division of Forestry spoke to us over the phone as he was on his way to the fire just before 4p.m.
Linsenbigler said there were no people or livestock injured in the brush fire, and buildings in the area were unaffected.
Fire police on the scene said the blaze was quickly extinguished once firefighters arrived.
Crews from the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department were called to a brush fire on Summit Road on Thursday.
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The fire closed portions of Bungletown, Green Creek and Alberene roads and had burned about 40 acres late Thursday, fed by strong winds and dry conditions.
Kuniyoshi praised a quick response from multiple agencies for putting out the fire without any injuries or damage to nearby property.