Several acres were burned, and a transmitter site was also damaged.
That transmitter is responsible for broadcasting several local radio stations, as well as our KJBO 35 My Network Television analog signal.
So for the time being, Some over the air customers won't be able to receive that signal.
Even though Tuesday was very busy for local fire crews, officials on scene said the work load didn't affect response time to this fire.
"I was surprised," said WFFD Battalion Chief Mike Davis, "the volunteers that we asked for help responded great. They were here real quick."
Crews are working to restore the broadcasting operations from the transmitter site.
No word on what caused that fire.