Fire officials say six people are homeless after a fire broke out at a mobile home in Craven County Sunday night.
Crews were called out to the home on Grooms Drive in the James City community around 6:20 p.m.
Lt. Rodney Muse says it took firefighters around an hour to put the blaze out. He says a small dog was killed in the fire, but no person was injured.
Muse says the home received major damage in the fire and the six adults living there lost almost everything. The American Red Cross has been called to assist those people.
After investigating Muse says officials determined that the fire was electrical and started in the living room of the mobile home.
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