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Investigations continue into a house fire in Clovis

Clovis, NM--The body of a 73-year-old Clovis man who died after his trailer home caught fire Monday has been identified.

According to Clovis police Porfirio Tenorio died from smoke inhalation as he tried to get out of his burning home.

Witnesses told police he was blind and deaf.

Fire investigators have not released an official cause of the blaze, but they believe it may have been electrical.

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