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Mobile home burns

This mobile home at the corner of Beckett Blvd and Jeanette Way caught fire late Tuesday afternoon. Post photo by J. Reed.

This mobile home at the corner of Beckett Blvd and Jeanette Way caught fire late Tuesday afternoon. Post photo by J. Reed.

Firefighters are on the scene of a mobile home fire in Cedar Springs.

The fire broke out in a mobile home late this afternoon in Northland Estates, a mobile home park located on Northland Drive, just north of 16 Mile Road. The Metzger family–a mom, daughter and son–lived in the home. It’s unclear whether they were home when the fire started.

According to Cedar Springs Police Sgt. Ed Good, one of the family pets–a dog–would not come out, and Cedar Springs Officer Chad Tucker rescued it. At this writing, they were unsure if the cats made it out.

We will have more information in this week’s paper.

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One Response to “Mobile home burns”

  1. Danielle maresch says:

    The resident living there were not home at the time and only two cats made it out and the dog. They had a lot of cats. One cat is burnt really bad and the other one singed and it only has one eye

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