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Two killed in Chippewa County mobile home fireSubmitted: 04/26/2013
Story By The Associated Press

HOLCOMBE, WI - Authorities say two people have died, a third is missing and five others are injured in a mobile home fire in Chippewa County.

Sheriff's officials said Friday the bodies of two people have been recovered from the fire north of Holcombe and a third person is presumed dead.

The five survivors include four adults and a 2-year-old child. They were taken by helicopter to various hospitals.

The trailer home is on Highway M, northeast of Holcombe. Sheriff's deputies have closed a portion of Highway M.

Cornell and Sheldon firefighters are at the scene.



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