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Paso Robles man escapes motorhome fire with his dog

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If you have a fire in your home, the advice is simple, according to Sacramento Fire Department: Get out, stay out, call 911. Don’t try to put the fire out yourself. And never go back into a building on fire. Have a plan and practice with your family.
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If you have a fire in your home, the advice is simple, according to Sacramento Fire Department: Get out, stay out, call 911. Don’t try to put the fire out yourself. And never go back into a building on fire. Have a plan and practice with your family.

A Paso Robles man and his dog escaped a Thursday night motorhome fire that caused significant damage.

Firefighters responded to the blaze on the 2000 block of Park Street about 6:13 p.m. Crews contained the fire within about 15 minutes and remained on scene for about 30 minutes, according to a Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services news release.

The 1979 Dodge motorhome was seriously damaged, although crews were able to save a 1980 Chevy El Camino parked adjacent to the vehicle.

Neither the man nor his dog were injured in the fire, according to the release.

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