Fire scorches office at Sahuarita mobile home park - Tucson News Now

Fire scorches office at mobile home park

The fire happened at a mobile home park on south Country Club Road in Sahuarita. (Source: Rural/Metro Fire) The fire happened at a mobile home park on south Country Club Road in Sahuarita. (Source: Rural/Metro Fire)
(Source: Rural/Metro Fire) (Source: Rural/Metro Fire)
SAHUARITA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Firefighters stopped a fire in a mobile home park office from spreading to nearby buildings Tuesday despite gusty winds.

It happened around 12:25pm on south Country Club Road.  

Crews found the building with smoke and flames coming from the rear of the building.  They were able to attack the fire and bring it under control in half an hour.

The cause of the fire is being investigated and there were no injuries reported.

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