South King Fire and Rescue crews on scene of a fire on Friday morning at Belmor Mobile Home Park in Federal Way. Photo courtesy of South Sound News

South King Fire and Rescue crews on scene of a fire on Friday morning at Belmor Mobile Home Park in Federal Way. Photo courtesy of South Sound News

One resident escapes fire at Belmor Park in Federal Way

The fire impacted one home and no one was injured, according to South King Fire and Rescue.

One person was able to escape from a fire that engulfed their Federal Way home after their smoke alarms alerted them about the blaze on Friday morning.

South King Fire and Rescue units responded to the residential fire at 5:01 a.m. at the Belmor Mobile Home Park, a 55 and over manufactured home community at 2101 S. 324th St.

The fire impacted one home and no one was injured, according to SKFR Lt. Andrew Lowen.

The origin and the cause of the fire are still under investigation.


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