Fire Burns Trailer Home In Missoula
Emergency crews responded to a structure fire before 7 a.m. in Missoula Wednesday morning.
Smoke could be seen coming out of a trailer home at 1600 Cooley Court.
A neighbor told NBC Montana the people inside were able to get out OK.
An emergency response and investigation is continuing.
The following is a press release from the Missoula Fire Department with more information:
The Missoula Fire Department received a call for a structure fire in the Skyview Trailer Court. Initial arriving crews reported heavy smoke and fire coming from the house. The fire was also threatening nearby structures.
Crews entered the burning structure to check for occupants and extinguish the fire. Firefighters quickly knocked down the fire and searched the house for victims.
There were no victims found in the house and crews continued to put out the fire. Firefighters continued to search for hidden fire in the walls and ceiling. The fire was declared completely out and a secondary search of the house was completed at 7:27 a.m.
Other cooperating agencies that responded included the Missoula Police Department, Missoula Emergency Services and Northwestern Energy.
A fire engine company and two fire investigators remain on scene. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Any questions should be directed to the Missoula Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Bureau at 552-6210.