UPDATE 10 a.m.
A spokesperson for QFES communications confirmed that the fire from the vegetation that burned west of Glenwood in Munna Creek was under control this morning.
The fire was declared safe after eighteen QFES crews worked on the spot to control the fire when it had fled from the fire yesterday afternoon.
The spokesman said there was no crew present at the moment, but that patrols would take place at 13:00 this afternoon to check the status of the fire.
He said the fire was expected to continue burning within the established limits within a few days, but would not pose a hazard unless there was an unexpected violation of the containment.
A firefighter is thought to have been wounded and is fighting the flame.
A QFES spokesperson said yesterday that possessions along the Bauple Woolooga Road were heavily influenced by smoke from the fire, but they did not know if houses or barns were threatened.
It is assumed that a FIRE-hunter is injured and that several crews are on the scene of a fire that runs out of control west of Glenwood, near Munna Creek.
The QFES has reported that there are 18 Queensland fire and rescue teams on the scene of the burning fire at Blowers Road in Munna Creek, which started early this afternoon.
Firefighters are trying to curb the fire that broke out earlier this afternoon, they said. A spokesperson for QFES said that properties along the Bauple Woolooga Road were heavily influenced by smoke from the fire, but they did not know if houses or barns were threatened.
It was not exactly what the fire started and how much land burned. Firefighters have managed to control the southern boundary of the fire and the western and eastern borders.
Residents are advised to close windows and doors and to keep breathing medication in the vicinity if necessary.
Motorists must drive carefully and drive according to circumstances. If you think your property is threatened, call Triple Zero (000) immediately.