A fire at a vacant residence on Friday was started by juveniles, according to the Durant Fire Department.
Firefighters were dispatched at 2:48 p.m. to 1106 N. Fifth Ave. after smoke was observed coming from the house. They entered the house and carried two mattresses outside to be extinguished.
The fire was contained to the mattresses, according to a fire department report, and the investigation determined it had been started by two juveniles.
In other fires, firefighters put out a vehicle fire at 7:29 a.m. Monday on Platter Road near Highway 69/75. When firefighters arrived, the car was fully engulfed. A cause of the fire was not revealed.
Another vehicle burned Monday afternoon at 4930 Smiser Road. That fire was put out by Calera Fire-Rescue.
An electrical line started a grass fire at 12:49 p.m. Monday at 3165 S. McLean Rd. When Durant firefighters arrived, they found a small grass fire near a home. They called OG&E to handle the power line.
Firefighters were dispatched at 9:07 a.m. to a small fire at 12th and Mississippi. When they arrived, there was no fire, but a power line was across the roadway, so traffic was rerouted until OG&E arrived to fix the line.