Upon arriving, Blacquiere said that the trailer was "about 60 percent involved."
He said that the home had no insurance on it, and that
Blacquiere said that two dogs were successfully rescued from the trailer by employees with the
Firefighters were also able to salvage some of the families' belongings.
"We call it salvage and overhaul," Blacquiere said. "When we're at the scene of a fire, we try to salvage anything we can from the fire, take it outside and cover it up with a tarp. We were able to free up a couple of people so they could salvage belongings from the home. The family can replace the house, but those pictures can't be replaced, so we wanted to make sure to get that out for them."
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