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Mobile Home Fire Damage Listed At $110,000

December 13th, 2016 by WCBC Radio

The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office says Monday's mobile home fire in Rawlings did $110,000 in damage.

James and Phyllys Lewis occupied the trailer at 15810 Blooming Fields Drive.  The family and pets escaped without injury.  They are being assisted by the American Red Cross.

The fire broke out around 9 AM on the front porch.  Allegany County 911 dispatched several fire companies to the scene.  35 firemen took 30 minutes to put the fire out.

The cause remains under investigation.

 

 

MARYLAND FIRE MARSHAL NOTICE OF INVESTIGATION

Date: 12/12/16

Time: 9:08 A.M.

Location / Address: 15810 Blooming Fields Drive, Rawlings,  Allegany County 

Type of Incident: Fire

Description of Structure / Property: 14 x 70 mobile home 

Owner / Occupants: James & Phyllys Lewis 

Injuries or Deaths: N/A

Estimated $ Loss: Structure: $ 75,000   Contents: $ 35,000

Smoke Alarm Status: Present and activated

Fire Alarm / Sprinkler Status: Not required

Arrests(s): N/A

Primary Responding Fire Department: Rawlings

# of Alarms: 1    # Of Firefighters: 35

Time to Control: 30 minutes 

Discovered By: Passerby

Area of Origin: Front porch

Preliminary Cause: Under Investigation

Additional Information: The family was displaced and are being assisted by the American Red Cross. 

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