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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Fire crews on the First Coast are dealing with two early-morning house fires Tuesday.

The first is in Keystone Heights.

It started around 5:30.

Fire dispatchers told us around 6 a.m. that the fire was still burning at the home on Campo Drive near Indian Trail.

The fire spread from the front of the mobile home to the attic space of an add on roof that covered a triple wide mobile home. The total square footage of the triple mobile home is 3900 square feet, according to a news release from Clay County Fire Rescue.

The release said the home was consumed by the fire and is a total loss. Damages are estimated at $40,000.

Fire officials said due to the limited availability of fire hydrants in the area firefighters called in for mutual aid water tenders from the surrounding area fire departments.

Clay Electric told firefighters power had been cut off at the residence October 30 and that the service line that was cut and coiled up at the base of the pole had been rerouted and connected to another service line.

The State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating the cause of the fire. The release said the Fire Marshal's Office has requested the assistance of the ATF for their investigation.

The home's three occupants escaped without injury.

The second fire happened at a home on Jacksonville's Westside.

At 6 a.m., fire crews were still on the scene in the 8500 block of Rockland Drive near I-295.

The home was abandoned.

Stay with First Coast News and firstcoastnews.com for more information on this developing story.

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