Woman injured in mobile home fire in Anderson Co.

Fire, Flames

LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) — A woman was hospitalized after her mobile home caught fire early Saturday morning.

Anderson County Fire Department reports firefighters were called to the home off Rutherford School Road around 1 a.m. Saturday.

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One woman and her two pets were home at the time, according to fire officials. They say the woman was able to make it out alive but the pets are unaccounted for.

The woman was flown to a hospital. Her injuries are unknown at this time.

Officials say a firefighter was also injured after stepping in a hole and spraining his ankle.

According to the fire department, the home is a total loss. Cause of fire is under investigation.

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