Mobile trailer catches fire in Arlington on Saturday morning

The Fire Marshall is still investigating the exact cause of the incident.

ARLINTON — A mobile trailer on the 14700 block of 184th Street in Arlington caught fire at around 8:20 Saturday morning, according to Snohomish County Fire District 21. The fire was extinguished and there were no injuries.

The fire originated near the trailer’s heating system, firefighter Trent Nunemaker said.

The Fire Marshall is still investigating the exact cause of the incident.

Fire District 21, the City of Arlington Fire District, North County Regional Fire, Fire District 17 and Fire District 19 responded to the fire.

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