A double-wide mobile home is a total loss after a fire Saturday morning in Switzer Village.
In a news release, the Fire Marshal’s Office said the fire likely started near the front door but did not know the cause.
Capital City Fire/Rescue personnel arrived on scene to find heavy fire and smoke.
The occupants were not home, but investigators rescued two cats and found a dog that had died.
Fire officials did not know whether the trailer was insured.
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- Dunleavy’s office described the events as discussions of the governor’s budget plan and amendment proposals. The next day, Americans for Prosperity Alaska posted online that it was hosting the events, along with terms and conditions for attendees.
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