SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A motorhome fire in Sacramento sent up thick, black smoke on Monday.
Just after 4 p.m., a motorhome fire near Silver Eagle Road and Western Avenue caught fire. The fire spread to grass nearby. The fire was quickly contained by firefighters, according to the Sacramento Fire Department.READ MORE: Driver Suspected Of Intentionally Running Over 2 People, Killing Woman, In Modesto
The motorhome fire was extinguished with no injuries and the cause of the fire is under investigation.READ MORE: Sacramento SPCA Celebrating Opening Of New Animal Hospital
Incident info: just after 4 PM, a motorhome fire near Silver Eagle Road and Western Avenue. The fire sparked some adjacent grass which was quickly contained by firefighters. The motorhome fire was extinguished with no injuries and the cause is under investigation. pic.twitter.com/AbMVVGnbA1
— Sacramento Fire Department (@SacFirePIO) June 1, 2021MORE NEWS: Call Kurtis: Lincoln Couple Fined $350 For Car They Sold 5 Years Ago