COUNTRY Fire Authority District 17 duty officer Peter Lucas said the fire under control at 6.45pm on Tuesday night.
A total of nine vehicles attended the fire and crews put an official stop on it at 9am on Wednesday morning.
He said the fire was a burn-off that became out of control.
"The message is that summer is still not finished and as the fuel dries up, it will have an impact. People need to be responsible for their burn-offs," he said.
The Wimmera Highway was blocked off and managed by CFA crews as trees around the road were assessed.
COUNTRY Fire Authority crews are attending a grassfire at Charam on the Wimmera Highway.
Crews were called to the incident at the intersection of the Wimmera Highway and the Edenhope-Goroke Raod.
A CFA spokesman said five trucks in total would attended the incident, with two trucks already on scene.
"It's a small grass and scrub fire that is not yet under control. Tankers are from Goroke, Karnak, Gymbowen and Charam," he said.
The cause of the fire is not yet known.
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