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PRINEVILLE, OR -- Crook County firefighters responded to two outbuilding fires north of Prineville, Sunday night. The blaze also caused damage to a nearby mobile home, a motor home and a service truck.

 

The outbuildings contained firewood and personal items and damage is estimated at about $10,000. The tenant living on the NW Grizzly Rd property used a garden hose to keep his mobile home from catching fire.


Investigators say the fire was caused by an electrical overload by extension cords supplying power to a motor home and nearby camp trailer. 

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