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Fire destroys RV in Palm Harbor mobile home park; no one hurt

A recreational vehicle in a Palm Harbor mobile home park was a complete loss after it caught fire Wednesday. It was unoccupied and no one was hurt. A second RV was slightly damaged, firefighters said.

Palm Harbor Fire Rescue

A recreational vehicle in a Palm Harbor mobile home park was a complete loss after it caught fire Wednesday. It was unoccupied and no one was hurt. A second RV was slightly damaged, firefighters said.

PALM HARBOR — Firefighters extinguished an RV blaze at a mobile home park on Omaha Street on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.

The RV, which was destroyed, was not occupied at the time of the fire and no one was injured.

The fire at the Southwind Mobile Home Park at 795 Omaha St. was called in around 12:30 p.m., according to a news release.

The home was fully engulfed when fire crews arrived.

Palm Harbor firefighters were able to put out the blaze within a half hour and save a nearby RV that sustained minor damage.

A cause has not yet been determined and an investigation is ongoing, authorities said.

Fire destroys RV in Palm Harbor mobile home park; no one hurt 07/07/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 7, 2010 8:23pm]
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