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Update: Evacuations lifted for Moses Lake mobile home park

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Smoke from an apparent mobile home park fire in Moses Lake Smoke from an apparent mobile home park fire in Moses Lake
MOSES LAKE, Wash. -

Update: As of 12:30 Sunday afternoon, all evacuations have been lifted for the fire at Harvest Manor Mobile Home Park. All residents can return to their homes. Grant County Sheriff's Office reports no homes were damaged in Harvest Manor. Residents on Broad Street in the area are asked to stay back while firefighters finish mopping up the fire.

The Sheriff's Office says Airway Drive should be reopening shortly, but that Broad Street remains closed between Airway and Roberts.

Update:  Airway Drive is closed Sunday afternoon between SR17 and Terminal Street. The Grant County Sheriff's office asks you to please avoid the area. They say spectators need to stay away as they are interfering with first responders.

Previous coverage:

The Grant County Sheriff's office has issued Level 3 evacuations for a mobile home park in Moses Lake.

Residents are asked to evacuate all homes in the Harvest Manor Mobile Home Park located at 4815 Airway Drive. Multiple mobile homes are reported to be on fire. 

Sharon Palmerton with the sheriff's office says the fire is unrelated to the Hills fire burning near Quincy. The Sheriff's Office says it's very important that people avoid the area to let residents safely evacuate and let fire engines into the area to fight the fire.

A shelter for residents affected by the fire is being set up at the Huck Fuller Building at the Grant County Fairgrounds.

This story is developing and we will update it with more information as we receive it.

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