ANNSVILLE - Six people were displaced after a fire destroyed a mobile home early Wednesday in Annsville. We're still waiting to hear back from fire officials on a cause of the fire at 8425 Clock Road.
The local American Red Cross is assisting two adults and four children ages 15, 12, eight and one. Volunteers are also offering emotional support, health services and more to aid those affected by the fire to recovery.
Firefighters from several departments worked together to battle flames, snow and single digit temperatures at a mobile home in the overnight hours.
One person was taken to the hospital, but no other details were given. We'll provide more information as it becomes available.
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