Friday evening the Clarkson Fire Department was called the 427 Mulberry Flats around 6:00pm were a double-wide mobile home was burning. The department worked with the Leitchfield Fire Department for almost two hours to extinguish the flames, according to central dispatch. The department has not released the name of the home owner or the cause of the fire.
Saturday afternoon just before 4:00pm the Leitchfield Fire Department was paged to 694 Johnson Street to battle a fire that had engulfed a one-story brick home. Fireman Tony King said the cause of the fire is unknown and Kentucky State Fire Marshall has been called to examine the home and determine the cause of the fire. The home belonged to Anthony Pruit, who was not home when the flames ignited.
Sunday night around 11:00pm the Caneyville Fire Department rushed to the 6000 block of Falls of Rough Road where a tree was burning. The department was on-scene for about one hour and the reason is suspected to be lightning.
Monday morning just before 6:00am the Leitchfield Fire Department battled their third house fire of the weekend. A single-wide mobile home at 802 West Main Street was fully engulfed in flames when the department arrived. King said the owner David Beville said no one lived in the home; he was using the home for storage. King said there was no electricity connected to the home but Beville did have an extension cord ran to the home which could be to culprit of the fire. King said Beville also said he had been in the home earlier that morning and was smoking which could have caused the fire.
There were no injuries reported in any of the fires.