One person was treated for smoke inhalation after a fire destroyed a mobile home in Grand Island.
The fire was reported just before 9:15 a.m. Tuesday.
Firefighters say flames were coming from the front of the home as they arrived.
The four people who'd been in the home escaped. One of them, Juanita Toppe, was taken to a hospital. Fire Capt. Todd Morgan says Toppe likely inhaled smoke when she went to awaken her sleeping grandson.
Morgan says the fire was electrical and started in or near a television that was in a bedroom toward the front of the home.
Morgan says the mobile home is a total loss and that the residents lost everything in the fire.
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