Mobile home catches fire in Rehoboth early Sunday morning, no injuries

REHOBOTH, Del.- The Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company responded to a mobile home fire Sunday morning in the Big Oaks Campground off of Wolfe Neck Road.

We are told the fire happened around 1:30 a.m. on Birch Street.

The fire company said when they arrived they found a trailer and 2 sheds on fire.

There was also exterior damage to 3 other mobile homes and 1 camper.

All occupants were out of the trailer and there were no injuries.

Rehoboth Beach fire crews were assisted by Lewes Fire Department and Indian River Volunteer Fire Company.

The fire was brought under control in 20 minutes and units remained on scene for over 2 hours to hit hot spots and clean up.

The Delaware Fire Marshalls Office is investigating.

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