UPDATE: The Morgan County Sheriff's Office released more information Friday morning about a mobile home fire on Nethery Road that injured one person.
According to the sheriff's office, Morgan County deputies, Hartselle Fire Department, Hartselle Police Department and Oak Ridge Volunteer Fire Department responded to the fire in Hartselle. The sheriff's office says when crews arrived, neighbors said someone was inside the burning home.
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The sheriff's office says deputies began knocking out windows to try and locate the resident. When this was unsuccessful, they entered the home through the back door, but couldn't proceed because of the heat and smoke.
Two Hartselle firefighters arrived and entered the fire, a third firefighter manned a water hose and they were joined by the Oak Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, the sheriff's office says. The firefighters located the resident and carried her out of the home.
The sheriff's office says CPR was performed on the victim, and she was transported to Decatur Morgan Hospital and then on to Birmingham.
The Hartselle Fire Department says one person was injured in a mobile home fire on Nethery Road, off HWY 36 in Hartselle.
Hartselle Fire says the call came in at 7:45 p.m. on Thursday. Oak Ridge and Hartselle fire departments responded and extinguished the fire. The building was declared a lost.
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