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Mobile home bursts into flames while being moved

Photo of the destroyed mobile home (Source: KWES) Photo of the destroyed mobile home (Source: KWES)
MIDLAND COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

A mobile home is a total loss after it burst into flames this afternoon.

We're told authorities received a call around 3 p.m. in the 7300 block of W. Highway 158.

Authorities said the drivers of the vehicle noticed smoke in the cabin, pulled over and got out safely.

By the time firefighters arrived on the scene, the mobile home was fully involved.

Two fire trucks from the Midland Fire Department responded to the scene along with firefighters from the Northeast Volunteer Fire Department.

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