Mobile Trailer Home Destroyed By Fire In Parking Lot Near Engel Stadium

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Chattanooga Firefighters responded to 521 Oneal Street Sunday around 8 p.m. after neighbors noticed flames from a vacant trailer/mobile home in the parking lot adjacent to Engel Stadium. 

Battalion Chief Rodney Jones advised one of the trailers/mobile homes was fully-involved in fire upon arrival. There was another mobile home about 15 feet away and it had some damage from the heat. There was no one in any of the trailers and there was no power to any of them. 

Fire investigators were called to the scene and are investigating. The trailer is a loss and the cause is listed as undetermined.


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