Mobile home burns in Hernando

No injuries were reported during a mobile home fire on Monday in Hernando.
Citrus Sheriff Fire Rescue on Friday was dispatched to the structure fire at 7139 N. Nature Trail, where they found a single-wide mobile home with fire and smoke showing.
The structure was fully involved with fire. 

Smoke alarms awaken resident just in time

Smoke AlarmWorking smoke alarms are credited with helping a Dunnellon resicent and her dog escape injury early Monday morning after a fire broke out in their home.

No injuries were reported.

Firefighters on Monday were called to the scene of a residential home fire at 2:59 a.m. at 4171 West Ranchetta St. in Dunnellon.

Upon arrival, Engine 9 from Derosa found a double- wide manufactured home 50 percent involved in fire.

Fire claims Homosssa home

Citrus County Fire Rescue emblemA family lost its home in the early morning hours on Sunday after a fire completely destroyed their mobile home.
Citrus County Sheriff's Fire Rescue responded at 5:18 a.m. to the fire at 6335 S. Tropicana Ave.

Separate fires damage two mobile homes

Two separate fires, one on July 4 and another on Wednesday, heavily damaged two mobile homes.
No injuries were reported in either fire.
On July 4, firefighters were called out to 6328 S Applebud Terrace in Lecanto. Citrus Sheriff Fire Rescue arrived on scene to find a doublewide mobile home 95 percent  involved with fire. 

Fire claims Lecanto mobile home

A Lecanto mobile home was lost on Tuesday during a fire at about 3:02 p.m. at 7281 S. Dayton Point.
There were no injuries in the blaze.
Firefighters from the CCSO Division of Fire Rescue found the approximately 1,500-square-foot fully involved in fire with additional vehicles and equipment surrounding the home in immediate danger

Fire, smoke damage Hernando mobile home

A mobile home fire on Friday night caused extensive damage to a Hernando residence.

No one was at the home at the time of the fire, and no injuries were reported.


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