UPDATE 7:18 p.m. Saturday, May 18, 2019 - Three trailers burned, including two RV's and a tow-behind. The fire started in one trailer and then spread to the other two. A man suffered burns from the fire and was taken to a hospital before the CAL FIRE Butte Unit arrived. He is expected to be okay. It took firefighters more than three hours to put out the fire that burned three residences.
CHICO, Calif- Chico Fire and Cal Fire Butte County responded to two RVs on fire off of Oasis Drive just before 11 p.m. on Friday.
Cal Fire says at least one person was taken to a local hospital with injuries.
People staying in the RVs on Oasis Drive say the land belongs to their boss, and that they are professional drivers for him.
We tried to get into contact with the land owner, but he did not answer the call.
One of the people staying in the trailers claims that he is a Camp Fire Survivor, and had only been able to stay in the trailer for one night before the trailer caught fire.
We are looking to find out the cause of the fire.
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