The Mid-County Fire Protection District was dispatched to a reported residential structure fire Sunday night on Parkway Circle off Floyd's Road, just south of Camdenton, according to a press release from Fire Chief Scott Frandsen.

The Mid-County Fire Protection District was dispatched to a reported residential structure fire Sunday night on Parkway Circle off Floyd's Road, just south of Camdenton, according to a press release from Fire Chief Scott Frandsen. 

At approximately 11:45 p.m. on Sunday, April 1, 2017, first arriving units discovered a mobile home roughly 50-percent involved in fire, according to the release. 

There were no injuries as a result of the fire and the residents were not home at the time. The fire is not considered to be suspicious, but is under investigation by the Mid-County Fire Marshal. 

"Units made an exterior and interior attack and were able to bring the fire under control within 30 minutes," the release stated. "The rear half of the structure suffered extensive smoke damage." 

MCFPD was assisted as the scene by an Engine from Osage Beach Fire Protection District and the Camden County Sheriff's Office as well as Camden Ambulance District. 

All units cleared the scene at 1:28 a.m., the release concluded. 

On 4/1/17 at 11:45pm the Mid County Fire District was dispatched to a reported residential structure fire on Parkway Circle off Floyds Road just south of Camdenton. First arriving units found a mobile home approximately 50% involved in fire. Units made and exterior and interior attack and were able to bring the fire under control within 30 minutes. The rear half of the structure suffered extensive fire damage with the rest of the structure suffering heat and smoke damage. There were no injuries as a result of the fire and the residents were not home at the time of the fire. The fire is not considered suspicious and is being investigated by the Mid County Fire Marshal. The MCPFD was assisted at the scene by an Engine from Osage Beach Fire District and the Camden County Sheriff’s Office and Camden Ambulance District. All units cleared the scene at 1:28am.