A fire broke out in rural Albany County on Wednesday morning, resulting in some property damage.

Around 10 a.m. this morning, the Albany County Sheriff's Department received a call about a fire in Bosler. An individual was burning trash when it unexpectedly got out of hand. The fire destroyed a trailer and a shed, both of which were unoccupied at the scene.

The fire took about two and a half hours to clear, according to Albany County Sheriff's Office Lt. Jeff Beeston. The fire department was later dispatched back out to the area to clear additional hot spots left by the fire.

There is no more information available at this time.