WATCH: Trailer House Fire Shuts Down Traffic on MLK Blvd. Sunday Afternoon


SAN ANGELO — A stove top fire in a single wide trailer house shut down a portion of Martin Luther King Blvd. on Sunday evening. 

According to our reporter on scene, on Aug. 21 at around 5 p.m., firefighters and paramedics with the San Angelo Fire Department were dispatched to the 2500 block of MLK BLVD. for the report of a fire. Scanner reports indicated that the fire was allegedly coming from the stove of the mobile home. 


Officers with the San Angelo Police Department were also dispatched to the scene. They eventually shut down traffic on the street in both directions. 

A nixel was issued and asked for citizens to “avoid the area of Martin Luther King Drive and 24th/25th Street near the Stardust Mobile Home Park due to a structure fire.” 

San Angelo LIVE!’s Reporter James Bouligny has confirmed that there are no active flames at this time. 

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