Tuesday , 25 October 2016
(VVNG File Photo)
(VVNG File Photo)

Four Displaced After Lucerne Valley Fire

LUCERNE VALLEY-(VVNG.com): Four occupants of a Lucerne Valley double wide mobile home were displaced on Tuesday night after a fire ravaged through the small home. At around 9:30 p.m. dispatch received reports of a structure fire in the 6900 block of Camp Rock Road.

The fire reportedly started in the living room of the home and all occupants had safely exited the home. Firefighters arrived on scene around 15 minutes after initial reports to find the well involved mobile home. Crews went into an attack mode and performed a primary search for any potential victims San Bernardino County Fire Department Official said.

The home was cleared of any occupants. A total of 11 personnel from the San Bernardino County Fire Department responded and Cal Fire assisted with one engine and one battalion chief and Big Bear City Fire responded with one paramedic engine as well.

The fire was knocked down in around 30 minutes. There were no injuries reported  as a result of the fire and residents of the home were able to relocate with family.

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