A field fire in Tecumseh is now out.
Reports of the smokey blaze near Holden Road and South Talbot Road started to come in around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday.
Tecumseh and Essex fire departments responded to the blaze, which was quickly pout out by fires crews "with the help of our local farmers," Tecumseh Fire said in a tweet.
A man at the scene told CBC News that a farmer used his tractor to help battle the blaze.
About 30 acres of field burned at an estimated cost of $40,000 worth of damages, say officials.
There was also no damage to any structures near the field.
Officials are unsure what started the fire.