Mobile home total loss in fire near Shallowater

Mobile home total loss in fire near Shallowater

LUBBOCK, Texas -

Multiple fire units responded to the area of CR 1640 and CR 6300 for reports of a structure fire. 

The fire was reported Wednesday afternoon in northwest Lubbock County, just south of Shallowater. 

Fire units report a mobile home is a total loss. EMS is on scene with no injuries reported.

The Shallowater, New Deal and West Carlisle Fire Departments assisted. 

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available. 

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