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Fire destroys mobile home in Livermore

Blaze started in kitchen, home is total loss fire officials say

A fire Sunday destroyed a mobile home on Montecito Circle Livermore.

Fire fighters from the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department with assistance from the Alameda County Fire Department were called to the fire at 4 p.m. and managed to extinguished the blaze in the first 20 minutes, said LPFD Battalion Chief Michael Miller.

The fire was believed to have started in the kitchen area of the double- wide mobile home with fire coming out of the front windows when firefighters arrived. Although the fire was contained to the mobile home, there was some damage to mobile homes adjacent to where the fire occurred.

No one was home when the fire occurred and the lone occupant was able to find housing with family.

Total damage is estimated at $135,000.

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