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UPDATE: Fire damages maintenance building at SLO mobile home park

Firefighters respond to a storage building fire at the Oceanaire Mobile Home Park in San Luis Obispo.
Firefighters respond to a storage building fire at the Oceanaire Mobile Home Park in San Luis Obispo. The Tribune

UPDATE 1:19 p.m.:

Fire investigators at a San Luis Obispo mobile home park have determined the early morning fire was an accident caused by an electrical outlet, according to a department press release. The fire partially burned a maintenance building in the 1100 block of Orcutt Road.

Fire Marshal Roger Maggio of the San Luis Obispo Fire Department headed the investigation.  

ORIGINAL STORY:

Fire investigators are at a San Luis Obispo mobile home park to determine what started an early morning fire that partially burned a maintenance building in the 1100 block of Orcutt Road.

Crews responded to a report of fire just before 6:50 a.m. Friday and extinguished the blaze within 15 minutes, according to the San Luis Obispo Fire Department.

The fire had already burned about half of a wood-framed, 1,200-square-foot maintenance and storage building in the Oceanaire Mobile Home Park.

No injuries or damage to nearby homes were reported, acting Battalion Chief Jeff Gater said.

Gater estimated that the fire resulted in about $150,000 in damage to the structure and its contents, which included supplies such as lawnmowers, doors, shelving units and construction materials.

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