Northwest Fire crews battle mobile home fire - Tucson News Now

Northwest Fire crews battle mobile home fire

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A fire late Saturday morning damaged a mobile home, and killed three pets near Oracle and River Roads.

Captain Adam Goldberg tells Tucson News Now, the fire broke out at approximately 11:35 a.m. at a mobile home park located at 101 West River. 

Goldberg says there was  no one home at the time of the fire, but two good Samaritans who tried to put the fire out were treated for smoke inhalation.

A dog, cat, and cockatiel died in the fire. Though firefighters were able to save another dog and cat inside the mobile home.

Goldberg says the fire was accidental, and caused by an electrical malfunction.

Damage to the mobile home is estimated at $40,000.

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