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Investigation of home fire continuing

Fire officials are continuing an investigation into a blaze that gutted a mobile home Monday morning.
Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said the mobile home was a total loss, with damages estimated at about $10,000.

The residence was on a gravel road, Reed Lane, at the end of Valley Road.
Although the structure had been rented until recently, it was vacant when the fire broke out and contained very few items, according to Webb.
Firefighters received the call at 7:22 a.m. and found heavy smoke emanating from the structure when they arrived on the scene a short time later.
By 10:25 a.m., firefighters were back in service.
In addition to Pulaski Fire Department, Webb said Draper Fire Department and Regional Emergency Medical Services Inc. (REMSI) also responded to the fire.
Pulaski’s department responded with four pieces of equipment and 21 personnel, and Draper brought one tanker and four firefighters to lend assistance.
A total of 4,000 gallons of water was used to put out the fire, according to Webb.
He said the home was owned by Timothy Reed.

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Investigation of home fire continuing

Fire officials are continuing an investigation into a blaze that gutted a mobile home Monday morning.
Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said the mobile home was a total loss, with damages estimated at about $10,000.

The residence was on a gravel road, Reed Lane, at the end of Valley Road.
Although the structure had been rented until recently, it was vacant when the fire broke out and contained very few items, according to Webb.
Firefighters received the call at 7:22 a.m. and found heavy smoke emanating from the structure when they arrived on the scene a short time later.
By 10:25 a.m., firefighters were back in service.
In addition to Pulaski Fire Department, Webb said Draper Fire Department and Regional Emergency Medical Services Inc. (REMSI) also responded to the fire.
Pulaski’s department responded with four pieces of equipment and 21 personnel, and Draper brought one tanker and four firefighters to lend assistance.
A total of 4,000 gallons of water was used to put out the fire, according to Webb.
He said the home was owned by Timothy Reed.

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