Two injured in Largo mobile home fire

- Firefighters battled a fire inside a Largo mobile home park that gutted a home and injured two people.

Many fire trucks and firefighters are on scene at 10365 Ulmerton Road, in what is known as the Sugar Creek Mobile Home Park. Pinellas County deputies say two men were in the home and woke up to the fire alarm. They were both injured, but there is no word on the extent or cause. Both were transported to a local hospital.

The view from SkyFOX shows a structure, with its frames still standing, but the exterior walls appear to have deteriorated. Smoke was still coming from the building at 6 a.m. Hannah Eddy, who said she lives in the mobile home park, shared video with FOX 13 show flames engulfing the home. 

This is a developing story. Stay with FOX 13 for the latest. 
 

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