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Spokane Valley Mobile Home Destroyed By Fire, Animals Killed

SPOKANE VALLEY FIRE DEPT. PRESS RELEASE: Units from the Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to a fire in a single wide mobile home. Neighbors reported the fire at about 2 PM when they spotted smoke coming from the windows of the home and called 911. They also stated the homeowner had left the residence about an hour prior to the fire being reported.

First in firefighters found the middle section of the home fully involved in fire. They were able to knock the fire down within 10 minutes of their arrival. Unfortunately a dog and cat were found perished in the fire. Another dog was missing.

17 firefighters in 5 fire apparatus responded to the fire. There were no injuries. The cause of the fire is under investigation at this time. The estimated dollar loss is $2500.

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UPDATE: Volunteers from the American Red Cross are providing assistance to four individuals who have been displaced after a fire destroyed their Spokane Valley home. The Red Cross has provided the individuals with temporary housing as well as support for the replacement food and clothing. Caseworkers will continue to work with the individuals to ensure that all of their immediate disaster-caused needs are being met and to  help them develop a recovery plan.

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KHQ.COM - On Tuesday afternoon fire crews in Spokane Valley responded to a mobile home fire in the 72-hundred block of E. 2nd. We're told that no one was hurt in the fire however a dog and a cat were killed. The mobile home was destroyed. At this hour it's not clear how the fire started. Look for updates here on KHQ.Com, Facebook and our Twitter news feed.

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