(Cleveland)- Fire units battled a residential blaze Tuesday afternoon north of Cleveland. White County Fire with Automatic Aid from the City of Cleveland responded to115 Bell Shadows Drive, advised Ana Newberry, White County Fire Department Spokeswoman. Newberry said a porch fire at a single-wide mobile home was well involved when fire units arrived and the blaze spread to the interior of the structure.
According to Newberry a knockdown was achieved soon after Engine 11 personnel arrived and made entry into the structure. Engine 11 personnel rescued two pets from the structure and returned to the homeowners. The American Red Cross was requested for the displaced family. Lee Arrendale Fire Brigade assisted in completing overhaul work.
Newberry advised White County Fire investigator Jason Reed was called to the scene to determine fire cause of the blaze, which is still under investigation.
Fire Units were called back to that same location Wednesday afternoon because the fire rekindled.