MYRTLE CREEK, Ore. -- A mobile home burned down at Wooten Manor in Myrtle Creek on Friday.
The home next to it was damaged by the fire but was not destroyed.
The homeowner said the fire started at about 10 a.m.
No one was injured. The homeowner, who was the sole resident, was in Roseburg at the time of the fire.
The cause has not been confirmed at this time, but the homeowner said he believes it could have been caused by a wood stove.
The man said he's lived there for 17 years.
The Red Cross is helping him with clothing and finding a place to stay.
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