Fire Destroys Mobile Home in Fredenberg Township

Updated: April 16, 2018 07:19 PM

A mobile home went up in flames on Monday morning on Lavaque Road in Fredenberg Township. And a dog perished in the blaze.

Advertisement – Content Continues Below

One of the homeowners told Eyewitness News he had just left the home around 8:15am, when he noticed the fire.  Adam Warner tried to go back in and rescue the dog.

"We don't know what happened. I tried to save the dog. It was already engulfed in flames. And when I broke the windows open, it was done," Warner recalled.

He said he's grateful that he made it out safely. "That's what matters. We'll take it one day at a time."

Warner also praised the crews from Fredenberg and Gnesen who arrived on scene.

Copyright 2018 WDIO-TV LLC, a Hubbard Broadcasting Company. All rights reserved

Relay Media Amp

Twin Ports Residents Voice Lingering Husky Concerns at Superior City Council

Superior City Council Approves Fence Height Change

Two Duluth Short Stop Gas Stations Robbed in Three Week Span

The Range Remembers Father Perk

Hwy 61 Work Done near Gooseberry, Continues in Two Harbors Area

Clarke Provides Update, Cliffs Calls Part of it False