It was a sad end to the weekend for a Bryan woman, after her home caught fire.
Bryan Firefighters say the department received a call around 6:45 Sunday night, that a mobile home on Lynn Street, was on fire.
They say they quickly called for backup.
"While we were responding we were told that there was a possibility of a rescue and that two children might have been inside. I went ahead and called for additional units from Bryan and College Station," said Lt. Mark Jones of the Bryan Fire Department.
Thankfully, no one was inside the home at the time, and crews had the fire out within ten minutes. Fire investigators have not yet determined what caused the fire.
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