Fire destroys home, 2 vehicles in mobile home park in southeast Minot
MINOT, N.D. – UPDATE: Investigators said a fire destroyed a home and two vehicles, and damaged two other homes, in Wheatland Village Mobile Home Park Sunday evening.
Crews were called to the area shortly before 7 p.m. for a grass and structure fire. Firefighters found two homes and two vehicles on fire, and were able to prevent the flames from reaching a third home.
All three homes were occupied, and all residents evacuated safely. No residents or firefighters were hurt, and crews managed to rescue several pets.
According to the Battalion Chief, the first home and two vehicles were a total loss, the second home suffered severe damage, and the third had heat damage to the outside.
The fire remains under investigation.
ORIGINAL STORY: Minot fire crews battled a fire at two mobile homes in southeast Minot Sunday evening.
The fires occurred at a pair of mobile homes near 48th Street SE and Tuttle Avenue, in the neighborhood referred to as the former FEMA park.
The Battalion Chief said the call came in shortly before 7 p.m. of the fire.
It’s unclear at the time if anyone was home, or the cause of the fire.
Minot Police and Ward County deputies were on scene assisting.
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