The Durant Fire Department was dispatched to the scene at 1:56 after someone called about a structure fire. When they arrived four minutes later, they found a burning pile that had been a bulldozed house.
The fire was large and near another structure and a tractor, according to the report. Calera firefighters were called to assist with two tankers and another fire truck.
Durant firefighters hosed down the debris pile and Calera firefighters shuttled water to the drop tanks at the scene, the report stated.
Firefighters brought the blaze under control at 4:41 and left the scene at 4:50. The cause of the fire was not determined. Larry Cooper, Cartwright, is the owner of the property, according to the report.
In other fires, Bryan County Undersheriff Ken Golden investigated a house fire Tuesday afternoon on Winter Creek Road. Golden said the structure was a rent house that was being remodeled and when Lynn Hilburn, the owner, went there that afternoon, he found that the house had burned to the ground.
The fire was not reported to authorities at the time it started, so no firefighters were dispatched, according to Golden.
He said the cause of the fire is suspicious and an investigation is continuing.
In other fires, a car burned late Tuesday afternoon and ignited a grass fire on North Washington Avenue north of Mockingbird Lane.
When Durant firefighters arrived at 4:33, the fire had already spread to a field, so an additional fire truck and a grass truck were called in. Firefighters quickly snuffed out the fire, according to the report, and the car was a total loss.
A cause of the car fire was not listed. The automobile was owned by Ashley Hodge of Durant, according to the fire department.
Late Tuesday morning, firefighters put out a small grass fire on Highway 69/75 at the Chuckwa Street exit.