April 16, 2004
Boston - Firefighters rushed to Washington Street in Boston around 3:00 PM this afternoon. When they arrived they found six mobile homes engulfed in flames.
The homes were unoccupied and were being stored on the property owned by Charles Leviner.
Investigators aren't sure how the fire began, but believe it may have started when Leviner tried to burn off the grass.
Firefighters want you to remember that it is still extremely dry outside and no one should be burning anything without a permit.
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