Two people are burned out of their home during a morning fire. The residents of the home got out safely but there are lingering questions about the cause.
The fire broke out about 9 A.M. near Powers and Hancock.
It took 2 dozen fire fighters from 4 stations 14 minutes to put the fire out. But it was too late.
With 80 thousand dollars worth of damage, the trailer is a complete loss.
Fire investigatiors haven't pinpointed a cause but there are some questions whether a meth lab was operated in the home. Members of the neighborhood watch say they've seen suspicious activity at the home.
Police did arrest a female who lives in the trailer on an outstanding warrant but fire investigators say it will be at least Monday before they can confirm if there was a meth lab in the home.
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