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UPDATE: Fri. 10:30pm
Firefighters now have a fire at the Glen Oaks Mobile Home Park east of College Station under control.
They say one mobile home was destroyed and another one was slightly damaged Friday night on Pate Road off Highway 30.
One family was displaced and the Red Cross is helping them find temporary housing.
Witnesses told the owner of the mobile home park that they saw the fire start in an air conditioning unit of the home that was destroyed.
A fire at a Brazos County mobile home park has put multiple structures in danger.
At least one structure was fully engulfed shortly before 9:00 p.m. Friday at the Glen Oaks Mobile Home Park off Highway 30 just east of College Station.
Other homes in the neighborhood were in danger as fire crews from Brazos County and College Station attempted to put out the fires.
Glen Oaks is off of Pate Road, which is shut down as a result of the fire.
Red Cross has been called to the scene.
News 3 has crews working to get more information on this developing story
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