ROCK SPRINGS — No injuries were reported in a structure fire that took place at the Skyline Village Mobile Home Park in Rock Springs on Wednesday evening.
The Rock Springs Fire Department responded to the call that came in shortly before 8 PM with three apparatus and nine personnel, according to RSFD Chief Jim Wamsley.
“The entry team found the home full of smoke with light flames in one corner of the living area,” Wamsley said. “The fire was extinguished without incident.”
The occupants were not home at the time of the fire and Wamsley reports that there were no injuries to firefighters or other people.
“However, the family pets were tragically lost in the fire due to smoke inhalation,” he added.
Following and investigation the cause of the fire is undetermined and presumed to be accidental in nature.
Members of the Rock Springs Fire Department remind everyone to check the operation of smoke detectors in their homes. If assistance is needed in checking the batteries or operation of the detectors, please call (307) 352-1475 to set up a time for RSFD crews to assist with this task.