Woman evacuated safely in mobile home fire on Tucson's north side

2014-06-08T15:01:00Z 2014-06-08T20:46:17Z Woman evacuated safely in mobile home fire on Tucson's north sideVeronica M. Cruz Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Crews from Tucson fire safely evacuated a woman from her north-side mobile home which caught fire Sunday afternoon. 

The woman called 911 around 1 p.m. and reported a fire in the bathroom, of her home in the 1100 block of West Prince Road, near North Fairview Avenue, Capt. Chris Jurvig, a Tucson fire spokesman said in a news release. 

Firefighters were familiar with the residence having responded to medical calls before and knew the woman used a wheelchair. 

When they arrived the called out for her and found her outside the bathroom, the release said. 

They brought her out of the house and she was evaluated by paramedics. 

Crews controlled the fire within four minutes and contained the damage to the bathroom, the release said. 

The woman was taken to a local hospital to be evaluated. She was in stable condition. 

Investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire.

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