4 burned in house fire on Utah-Arizona border

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CANE BEDS, Ariz. — Four people, including an infant, were seriously burned in a fire at a mobile home on the Arizona Strip.

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office said deputies and the Colorado City Fire Dept. responded early Saturday morning to a mobile home at 2600 S. 1800 E. in Cane Beds, which is just outside Hildale/Colorado City on the Utah-Arizona border.

“Upon arrival, firefighters observed four burn victims in the front yard,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement to FOX 13 on Sunday.

All four of the victims were flown by medical helicopter to area hospitals. An 8-month-old baby was flown to Primary Children’s Medical Center. The baby’s father and a 15-year-old girl were also flown to Salt Lake City hospitals.

The infant’s mother was flown to a hospital in Las Vegas, the sheriff’s office said.

“Investigators thus far have determined the valve on the propane gas line was leaking behind the stove,” the sheriff’s office said. “At this time, the ignition source is unknown.”

4 comments

  • Shawnee

    **PLEASE SHARE**
    There is going to be an account set up at Wells Fargo bank Monday morning for this family. The money is to help the families cover expenses so they can be with the victims of this tragic accident. Please pray for all of them and their loved ones! I will update you all when the account is set up. Also, if anyone would like to donate building materials and/or supplies please email me at slbarlow76@msn.com. We are planning on building this beautiful family a new home<3 #hopeforthehammonfamily

  • Christina Hanson

    We are praying non stop for this beautiful Mormon family I hope they get all the support possible .

  • Shawnee

    This young family has a long tough battle ahead of them. Family and friends are working together to build them a brand new home. It has been designed to accommodate them when they are ready. If anyone would like to donate building material and/or supplies, please contact me via email.
    Thank You all and God Bless You!
    slbarlow76@msn.com

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