DAIRYVILLE, Calif. - A mobile home was destroyed early Friday morning from a fire in Dairyville, according to the Cal Fire Tehama-Glenn Unit.
According to a fire captain on the scene, firefighters got a call just before 5 a.m. about a fire breaking out in a home on Craig Avenue near Electric Avenue.
Firefighters then arrived at the scene to find the mobile home fully involved in flames.
Luckily, an elderly woman who occupied the residence escaped unharmed.
It took crews 30 minutes to contain the flames and no other nearby homes were threatened at any point.
I brought you #BreakingNews this morning in Tehama County. A Dairyville mobile home (Craig Avenue) is completely destroyed after a fire broke out at 5am. Firefighters got it contained at 5:30am and the elderly woman who lived there escaped unharmed. pic.twitter.com/Qs4zNEE1uh
— Jafet Serrato (@newsfromjafet) December 21, 2018
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
- Mobile Home Destroyed by Flames in Dairyville
- Mobile Home and Outbuilding Destroyed by Flames in Corning
- Redding Mobile Home Destroyed by Flames, Injures 2
- Fire destroys mobile home in Oroville
- Concow Mobile Home Destroyed by Fire
- Concow Mobile Home Destroyed, Vegetation Fire Quickly Contained
- Palermo Mobile Home Fire
- Daughter of Dairyville Woman that Lost Her Home, Recounts the Frightening Escape
- Gold Eagle Market in Yuba County Destroyed By Flames
- Paradise Mobile Home Fire Contained