Greenville Fire Fights Fully-Involved Trailer Fire

The trailer suffered a partial roof collapse and a dog died in the fire.

Posted: Nov 16, 2020 7:21 AM

Greenville Fire Department responded to a fully-involved fire early Saturday morning in the 300 block of Ford Lane.

GFD, along with Graham Volunteer Fire Deparment arrived to a single-wide trailer that had a partial roof collaspse.  Crews remained on the scene for hours as they had to deal with the roof not allowing crews access to some of the trailer.

No firefighters or residents were injured in the fire but one dog was found deceased in a bedroom.  The home is a total loss.
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