Fire destroys mobile home in Mountain View
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (KGO) -- Fire investigators are working right now to determine what caused a fire that destroyed a mobile home in Mountain View Sunday morning.
The fire department got a call around 5 a.m. When crews arrived at the Sahara Mobile Village they found one mobile home fully engulfed in flames.
"The one single resident of the unit is safe. The American Red Cross is currently assisting him with the necessities," Mountain View Fire Dept. spokeswoman Jaime Garrett said.
Five other local fire departments assisted crews on the scene. It took them about a half hour to get it under control and they stopped the fire from spreading to nearby homes.
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