Fire investigators are looking into what caused a motor home to go up in flames early Monday morning in San Luis Obispo.
According to the SLO City Fire Department, at about 4 a.m. crews responded to reports of a large motor home on fire and possibly threatening a structure near Prado Rd. and Empresa Dr.
When firefighters arrived on scene, they reported a fully-involved motor home with all occupants out and no significant structure threat.
(2/2) the Fire was knocked down and one female occupant was assessed by medics for possible smoke inhalation. @RedCrossCCR was requested to assist the two displaced adult occupants. pic.twitter.com/SzUwwEUNBu— SLO City Fire (@SLO_City_Fire) December 14, 2020
Firefighters quickly knocked down the fire.
One woman safely evacuated from the RV and assessed by medics for possible smoke inhalation. Red Cross Central California was requested to help two people displaced by the fire.