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Two people and a dog escape unharmed from Spokane Valley mobile home fire

UPDATED: Fri., May 3, 2019

Firefighters quickly extinguished a mobile home fire Friday at 11617 E. Carlisle Ave. Friday, May 3, 2019. (Jonathan Glover / The Spokesman-Review)
Firefighters quickly extinguished a mobile home fire Friday at 11617 E. Carlisle Ave. Friday, May 3, 2019. (Jonathan Glover / The Spokesman-Review)

Two people – and a dog – escaped unharmed from a raging mobile home fire Friday in Spokane Valley.

The woman was able to escape out a back window, and the man holding the dog exited through the front door, after the pair discovered the fire at about noon, said Greg Rogers, spokesman for the Spokane Valley Fire Department.

More than a dozen firefighters responded to the home at 11617 E. Carlisle Ave., Rogers said. The flames were extinguished within a half hour.

No injuries were reported.

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