NORMAN, Okla., Aug. 6 (UPI) -- The state medical examiner in Oklahoma is working to determine the identity of a person found in a home burned by a wildfire in Cleveland County, officials say.
The body was found Saturday in a burned home in Norman, The Oklahoman reported.
"The body is burned beyond recognition," spokeswoman Amy Elliott said, adding that the victim is an adult, but officials don't know the race or gender.
Officials at the state Department of Emergency Management were notified of the fatality Monday.
Keli Cain, spokeswoman for the department, said officials do not yet know how exactly much damage was done by the fire, but estimate at least 100 structures and 7,900 acres were burned, the newspaper reported.
"It's still difficult to identify much of anything out there," Cain said Monday. "Crews are still out on hot spots today."