By Danielle Chavira

ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Four people suffered smoke inhalation Sunday morning after four mobile homes went up in flames. Firefighters responded the area near 55th Avenue and Federal Boulevard just before 5 a.m. when temperatures were around -8 degrees.

(credit: Adams County)

“Ice was coming off the firefighters’ helmets,” a spokeswoman told CBS4.

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(credit: Adams County)

Adams County officials say two of the homes were vacant, and three of them are a total loss. They say a row of mobile homes near the fire does not have power because of the fire.

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It’s not clear what caused the fire, but arson is not suspected.

It’s not clear how the residents are doing, but officials say they are displaced.

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Danielle Chavira