All occupants and pets rescued at fire at mobile home in Thompson Township

Feb. 26—A fire at a mobile home in Thompson Township was extinguished quickly Feb. 25 and there were no injuries to occupants or pets.

According to a post on the Thompson Fire Department Facebook page, at 7:40 a.m. Feb. 25, the department was called for a structure fire involving multiple victims, one of which was wheelchair-bound and could not exit the structure.

On arrival, crews encountered heavy smoke and fire conditions from a mobile home residence. MABAS box 4411, first alarm, was activated bringing assistance from multiple departments, according to the post.

One victim had exited the residence through a bedroom window under their own power and the wheelchair-bound resident was rescued by neighbors just prior to crew arrival.

According to the post, two adult victims were transported to a local hospital for smoke inhalation and related injuries. One dog and one cat were also rescued from the structure by fire crews.

The cause of the blaze is under investigation by the Geauga County Fire Investigation Unit, according to the post.

Mutual aid was received from Montville, Hambden, Trumbull, Leroy, Madison, Middlefield and Chardon Fire Departments, according to the post.