Santa Ana: Nine Displaced After Mobile Home Fire, Animals Rescued

12.07.2020 | 12:39 AM | SANTA ANA – A mobile home fire left nine people displaced but firefighters managed to rescue four dogs, early Monday morning.

The fire broke out in a double wide mobile home located in the 200 block of Capri Avenue, inside the Continental Mobile Manor complex, around 12:39 AM.

Crews arriving on scene of the home were met by smoke coming from the front door and quickly evacuated the home.

Firefighters worked for about 20 minutes to locate and extinguish the fire which appears to have spread from the outside to below the floor of the home.

While working to clear heavy smoke from inside the building, four small dogs were located and rescued. The animals were in good condition and reunited with their owner.

A total of nine residents – five adults and four children – were displaced as a result of the fire.

A charged electrical unit was pulled from near the origin of the fire but the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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