ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tx. (KBTX) - UPDATE: The home caught fire again around 8:30 a.m.
Neighbors alerted officials.
Investigators and the fire marshal are inspecting the home to find out the cause of both fires.
No one was home during the two incidents.
ORIGINAL STORY: A Robertson County family lost their home late Sunday night, after it burst into flames.
Firefighters responded to the call around 10:45 p.m. The home was located on Old Hearne Road and Prairie Hill Drive.
Officials say the add-on structure of the mobile home was first to catch fire. Then flames began to quickly spread into the main portion of the home before being put out by fire fighters.
According to Mark Williams, the Robertson County EMS shift captain, the next door neighbor was the first to see the fire, and contacted authorities.
No one was home when the fire broke out. However, a dog was in the mobile home during the fire, but fortunately made it out unharmed. There were no injuries reported.
Four different volunteer fire departments fought the blaze including Hearne, Wheelock, and Calvert, and Blackjack Volunteer Fire Departments.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.