PHOENIX - A Phoenix family has been displaced after their home caught fire Sunday afternoon.
Capt. Jonathan Jacobs of the Phoenix Fire Department said seven people were displaced after their mobile home caught fire near 17th Avenue and Bell Road.
In all, two trailers caught fire and burned to the ground. Nearby vehicles were also affected by the fire.
It wasn't immediately clear if the second home was occupied or not. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Jacobs said no one was hurt in the blaze.
A fire investigator is on the scene and conducting interviews.
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