Two adults, two children displaced after mobile home fire
Web Producer: Ina Ronquillo
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Two adults and two children have been displaced after a mobile home fire.
Trish Tracy, a spokesperson with Tucson Fire tells KGUN9 that firefighters responded to the 1655 West Ajo Way.
Three people were home when a smoke alarm sounded and noticed smoke coming from one of the rooms. The family evacuated and immediately called 911.
When firefighters arrived, they found smoke and flames coming from the windows and doors. The family was waiting outside and advised firefighters their dog was still inside.
During the fire operation, one firefighter was injured and transported with minor injuries.
Two adults and two children have been displaced and will be receiving assistance from Red Cross.
The damage is estimated at $20,000. A child playing with a lighter has been ruled at the cause of the fire.