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Fire destroys Langley home

An ornamental fountain with a ceramic firefighter survived an early morning fire that destroyed this Langley mobile home. - Dan FERGUSON / Langley Times
An ornamental fountain with a ceramic firefighter survived an early morning fire that destroyed this Langley mobile home.
— image credit: Dan FERGUSON / Langley Times

A Langley family was left homeless by a Thursday morning (Jan. 5) blaze that destroyed a Fernridge mobile home near 24 Avenue and 200 Street shortly after midnight.

Three occupants escaped without injury.

The owners reportedly have insurance.

Cause of the blaze  is under investigation.

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