VERNALIS (CBS13) – A man has died after a motorhome fire in rural Tracy, authorities say.

The incident happened late Monday night at the Orchard RV Park along E. State Route 132.

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Firefighters from the South San Joaquin County Fire Authority responded and found that a man had been pulled out of a window of the motorhome that had caught fire. First aid was immediately started by medics, but the 56-year-old man was later pronounced dead.

A dog that was also in the motorhome also died in the fire, firefighters said.

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The fire was put out within 10 minutes, but the motorhome suffered significant damage inside.

Investigators believe the fire was accidental, but they’re still looking into how it started.

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Authorities have not released the name of the man who died.