Fire destroys Hoague Road mobile home

November 26, 2022

Fire destroys Hoague Road mobile home

By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief

FREE SOIL TOWNSHIP — Fire destroyed a hunting home at 1078 E. Hoague Road Saturday morning. Emergency personnel were dispatched to the scene at 8:21 a.m. According to Free Soil/Meade Fire Department Chief Vince Williams, the three male occupants of the mobile home were in the woods deer hunting when they smelled smoke. They returned back to the trailer to discover it was on fire. The adjacent pole barn was not damaged. 

Williams said most of the trailer was destroyed when the first fire engine arrived on scene. Nobody was injured. 

Responding to the scene were Free Soil/Meade Fire Department, Grant Township Fire Department, Mason County Sheriff’s Office and Fountain Area Fire Department Auxiliary.  

According to Mason County property records the property is owned by David and Cathy Soulliere of Clinton Township.

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