The Duplin County Fire Marshal, Brian Pearce says the fire at 1512 Kitty Noecker Road is out, but the investigation now begins.
Firefighters from four departments got the call around 4:00am Friday.
It took them more than an hour and 45 minutes to get the blaze under control to when they cleared the scene.
We're told no one was home at the time and no injuries.
Pearce says, they're looking into how the fire started but say they do not believe it's suspicious.
We're told two counties are sending crews to a single wide mobile fire that was completely engulfed in flames around four Friday morning.
Dispatchers say the home is on Kitty Noecker Road in Pink Hill along the Duplin county side, although Lenoir County fire crews are also responding.
Lenoir County Dispatchers tell us there was no one inside at the time and no one has been injured.
We're told fire crews have it contained, but are still working on extinguishing it completely.
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