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Firefighters work the scene of a residential fire that NFD responded to around 5 a.m. on Thursday near Nixon Street in Noblesville. No civilians or firefighters were injured, but two pets did die due to smoke and high heat.
Photo provided Firefighters work the scene of a residential fire that NFD responded to around 5 a.m. on Thursday near Nixon Street in Noblesville. No civilians or firefighters were injured, but two pets did die due to smoke and high heat.

Shortly before 5 a.m. on Thursday, the Noblesville Fire Department responded to a structure fire off of Nixon Street. The fire was first noticed by a neighbor who saw smoke and flames coming from the rear of the home and called 911.

The fire department says that the first units on scene encountered a fully involved mobile home with flames threatening the neighboring home. According to NFD, units were able to bring the blaze under control limiting the damage to the neighboring residence.

The department says there were no deaths or injuries to civilians or firefighters, but two pets died due to the heavy smoke and high heat conditions.
The Noblesville Fire Department was assisted by the Noblesville Police Department. NFD says they would like to take this opportunity to remind residents of the importance of ensuring their smoke detectors are functioning properly.