NAMPA - A home in Nampa is a complete loss after a two-alarm fire that burned Friday.
The fire broke out at about 5 p.m. at a manufactured home along Sparks Avenue. The home collapsed on itself.
Crews from Deer Flat and Melba joined Nampa firefighters at the scene.
The fire sparked some small grass fires nearby, but no other homes were damaged.
It's unclear who owns the home, but no people were inside when the fire started. However, Nampa Fire Chief Phil Roberts said a couple of dogs may have been inside. Also, there have been issues with squatters there in the past.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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