Two residents of a mobile home in Westminster were treated for smoke inhalation when a fire broke put this morning.
According to the Orange County Fire Authority, firefighters received a call around 9:15 a.m. about a a blaze in the 9200 block of Westminster Boulevard, between Bushard Street and Magnolia Street.
Arriving crews searched for residents and found it difficult to get to the seat of the fire due to “an excessive amount of storage in the home.”
Firefighters located a person inside the mobile home and physically rescued a disabled person. Two residents sustained smoke inhalation and were treated by OCFA firefighter paramedics. Both patients were transported to a hospital with follow-up care by OCFA and Care ambulance personnel.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. Assistance was provided by Westminster police and the Fountain Valley Fire Department.