Two mobile homes burned and two other homes suffered minor damage in a fire at Mayflower Sunday.
Mayflower Volunteer Fire Department Chief Carl Rossini said the initial blaze was set at 52 Mallard Cove, and due to wind and proximity of another mobile home, the fire moved to 50 Mallard Cove.
Rossini said when departments arrived, both 50 and 52 were burned almost to ground level.
"When we got there we noticed another house was in danger so we pulled our resources to that," Rossini said.
The roof of a home to the west of the mobile homes was beginning to catch fire, he said.
Another home to the east of the blaze suffered heat damage.
Rossini said there were no injuries in the fires, but the family at 50 Mallard Cove lost pets that were inside the mobile home.
The source of the fire was unknown Monday, but Rossini said it is believed the blaze started in a back bedroom or back porch area of 52 Mallard Cove.
Rossini said the home owner did not know what could have caused the fire.
Rossini was going back to the area to investigate Monday.
Responding agencies were Cato, Pine Village, and Saltillo volunteer fire departments.
According to Rossini, the department was dispatched at 1:51 p.m. and arrived on scene eight minutes later.