Double Wide Goes Up in Flames in the Middle of the Night, LIVINGSTON, October 6, 2008 - A double wide mobile home was totaled in the middle of the night as 3 volunteer fire departments respond. Shortly after 2:30 in the morning on October 5, 2008 a mobile home fire was reported to the Sheriff's Office. The fire was reported by a witness who happened to see it and called 911. The home was located at 134 Talpa, just North of Livingston on the east side of US-59 in a neighborhood. The Livingston Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to the scene with a three fire engines and a crew of firemen led by Chief Corky Cochran. Polk County Sheriff Deputies Lee Rogers and David Ramsey were also dispatched to the scene with assistance from the Livingston Police Department. A short time later, the Onalaska Volunteer Fire Department arrived with a fire engine to help followed by a Scenic Loop Fire Engine. The mobile home went up fast and was completely destroyed. According to witnesses the mobile home had been un-occupied for about 2 months. The fire was fully extinguished shortly before 4 am. Fortunately, nobody was hurt in the incident. At time of press, PolkCountyToday.com does not know who the owner of the mobile home is, or if they had any insurance on it.