What the Texas A&M Forest Service called the Beggs Fire in Cochran and Hockley County was 100 percent contained at 2,500 acres around 8:15 p.m. Thursday, the forest service announced via Twitter late Thursday.

The forest service stated there was "great teamwork by local and state responders."

Two single-engine air tankers, air attack aircraft and one ground task force was assigned, according to the forest service. It started Thursday afternoon southwest of Levelland near FM 1585.

This was one of many fires on Thursday evening which the forest service responded to, including a wildfire in Potter County that started Thursday afternoon south of Dumas and which was last estimated at 2,150 acres with multiple homes threatened, a Deaf Smith County fire that was around 200 acres as of Thursday evening, and a wildfire in Harley County named the County Line Fire that was estimated at 6,500 acres.