Fire strikes mobile home in Price for third time, blaze totally destroys structure
Authorities suspect arson in a third time structure fire in Indian Hills Trailer Park. The Inferno started around 10 p.m. on Aug. 9 in one of the back rooms of an abandoned mobile home that has caught fire two times prior to last weekend's incident.
"The trailer has been vacant for six months since the last time that it caught fire," said Pam Fullmer, owner.
Six months before last Saturday's incident was the first time that trailer home started on fire and was partially burned. This time, the fire left the dwelling completely destroyed, according to Fullmer.
The mobile home will now have to be torn down due unrepairable damage caused by the latest fire.
According to Price Fire Chief Paul Bedont, the blaze was undoubtedly caused by arson, due to the fact that there was no electricity or gas turned on in the home. An investigation will take place in order to determine exactly what caused the blaze.