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A mobile home on Hwy 80 caught fire and burned early Sunday morning in Warren County.

At about ten minutes after 2 a.m., 911 dispatched Warren County firefighters to the location at 770 Hwy 80. The first unit on scene reported that the structure was 25% involved, with flames and smoke showing.


Numerous Warren County firefighters responded to the call in the middle of the night. Units from Bovina, Culkin, LeTourneau, and Fisher Ferry, including Wendell Blair and his wife, Amanda, were seen at the location. Blair was featured on the live report climbing a ladder and maneuvering the firehose into the flaming home.

The homeowner, Mark Stevens, was out of town but was made aware of the fire by a Vicksburg Daily News reader. The live report ended when Stevens phoned the Vicksburg Daily News to speak with his friend David Day. Stevens then spoke to Warren County Sheriff’s Deputy (and active Warren County firefighter) Daniel Thomas, WC-31, to give him pertinent information about the property. The home was insured, and Stevens is currently working with the authorities to determine the cause of the fire and assess the damage.


The Warren County Fire Service is an all-volunteer group of your fellow citizens who give their time to assist their neighbors in their greatest hour of need.

If you would like to become a Warren County firefighter, the first step is to contact Warren County Fire Boss Jerry Briggs, who also started as a volunteer, at 601-218-9911. Call or text him, and he will explain the next steps to take. Training is free, and you are provided with everything. You will be given more responsibility as you are trained and become ready.


Hwy 80 fire

Hwy 80 fire


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