VALLEJO (CBS SF) — Fire crews have contained a two-alarm fire at a mobile home park in Vallejo that has displaced nine people early Sunday morning, including six children, according to fire officials.

The blaze was first reported around 4:08 a.m. at the Vallejo Mobile Estates Trailer Park in the 100 block of San Miguel Road, Vallejo Fire Department spokesman and firefighter Aaron Klauber said.

Vallejo Trailer Park Fire

2-alarm fire at Vallejo Mobile Estates Trailer Park, Jan. 6, 2019. (Vallejo Fire Dept via Twitter)

According to Klauber, fire crews that arrived on scene requested a second alarm after seeing the proximity and the flammability of the trailers to one another. The fire was placed under control before 5 a.m. but Klauber said crews would remain at the scene throughout the morning for salvage and overhaul.

Nobody was injured in the fire that displaced three adults and six children. A fire investigator was called to the scene and the American Red Cross is assisting those that are displaced, Klauber said.

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