Flames broke out Tuesday afternoon in a mobile home in American Canyon, authorities reported.
The American Canyon Fire Protection District was called at about 12:28 p.m. to the home in the 200 block of American Canyon Road, and firefighters began arriving three minutes later, the agency said in a news release. Although an early report stated an infant was trapped in the burning home, no one was trapped and all of the occupants were safely evacuated, according to the department.
The Napa County and Vallejo fire departments joined in the firefighting effort, and no other structures were damaged, according to the statement. The cause of the blaze is under investigation.
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