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Two-alarm blaze in Seabrook triggers call for AG death investigation
The home is located in a park of manufactured and mobile homes off Lafayette Road behind Uncle Hilde's Lumber Outlet and a strip mall containing the Honey Pot Bar and Lounge and Linda's Breakfast.
Seabrook Fire Chief Everett Strangman said it took a little more than an hour to get the fire under control.
"Trailer fires are pretty hard to get under control due to the cramped conditions," Strangman said.
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