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12/19/03

Fire Destroys Lubbock Family's Home

A Lubbock family is homeless after their mobile home was destroyed by fire Friday night.

The home is located in the 1700 Block of East County Road 7130. Woodrow Volunteer Firefighters were called to the fire around eight o'clock. Two adults and two children were inside at the time the fire started, fortunately all escaped without injury.

The cause of the fire is under investigation, but the home is being called a total loss.

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