Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services responded to the fire in Johnson Heights Mobile Home Park on Monday night, in which a mobile home and adjacent motorhome were engulfed. (Nathan Kunz/Revelstoke Review)

UPDATE: Gofundme created for family who lost home in Revelstoke

Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services responded to a fire in the Johnson Heights Mobile Home Park on Aug. 6 at 11:50 p.m.

On arrival the fire department found the structure and adjacent motorhome fully engulfed.

Firefighters actioned the fire quickly to bring the blaze under control.

A family of five along with their dog escaped the structure without injury.

17 members responded to the fire with two engines, the water tender, rescue truck and two command vehicles.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

Crystal South has created a gofundme page for the family at www.gofundme.com/epueqk

“I have made this GOfundme account for them to help get the little things for the kids,” she said in the fundraiser description. “Help them get what they need and kids need while they deal with this tragic loss.”

As of Monday morning $900 of the $3,000 goal was raised.

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