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Amarillo Estates fire damages several homes

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By Michelle Langowski
NewsChannel 10

Amarillo, TX - An early morning fire in Amarillo damages several homes. The Amarillo Fire and Police Departments were called out to the Amarillo Estates Mobile Home Park at 666 Pavillard, just after 1am.

They had everything under control in less than half an hour. One trailer house was a total loss, another suffered heavy damage. One shed was destroyed and four cars were also damaged.

Investigators estimate the fire caused about $75,000 in losses. The Red Cross was called out to assist victims of the fire.

There are no report of injuries at this time and the fire remains under investigation.

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