MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Several fire and rescue crews responded to a fire in the Toney area on Thursday afternoon.

Around 12:00 p.m., Toney Volunteer Fire and Rescue (VFD) responded as mutual aid to a large vegetation fire at 14088 Pulaski Pike between Highway 53 and Wall Triana.

Upon arrival, Bobo VFD reported that roughly 30 acres of open land and woodland were involved. However, dry conditions and wind caused the fire to spread to more than 60 acres. Approximately 20 acres of woodland and 40 acres of open land were burned.

The Alabama Forestry Commission utilized its motorized dozer to establish a fire break around the affected land.

Outside of Toney VFR, about 30 people are attending to the incident, including responders from Harvest, Madison County, Limestone County, Lincoln County, Tenn., the American Red Cross and Alabama Forestry.

No structural damage or injuries were reported. Toney VFD reported that roughly 8,000 gallons of water were used.