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News Release
Crews Extinguish Fire in Mobile Home - 11/27/19

Shortly before 6:30 p.m. crews were dispatched to the Oak Acres Mobile Home park at 10701 SE Highway 212 and arrived to find heavy fire involvment inside a mobile home with a large crowd gathering outside.  With early reports that a person was still inside the home looking for a pet, firefighters went into "Rescue Mode" to quickly search the building to ensure everyone had escaped.  Crews were ultimately able to confirm that everyone had escaped without injury and continued to work to exinguish the fire.

Two people were home at the time the fire occured and were alerted by a working smoke alarm at the same time they noticed smoke in the building. The fire caused significant damage, displacing the two residents and has left two pets unaccounted for.  Fire Investigators will begin to work to determine what caused the blaze as well as determine the damage estimate.  

Clackamas Fire would like to remind our community that in the event of a fire, it is critically important to get out of the building and stay out.  The best thing families can do if a pet is left in the building, is to get out and give that information to our highly trained and properly equipped firefighters. Please do not attempt to re-enter the buidling in search of a pet. 

Rescue Mode is a technique that firefighters use to quickly make entry into a building when it is highly likely that someone is still inside.  In this mode, the firefighters are going into a dangerous environment without a backup team and at times no additional units on the scene.  

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