A prefabricated double-wide mobile home in The Village of Neshaminy Falls in Montgomery Township sustained major damage in a Wednesday afternoon blaze, in which a dog was rescued by fire crews. According to Philly Fire News, Fire Department of Montgomery Township arrived on scene at 337 Woodstream Way to find smoke coming from the one-story dwelling. Two lines were put in service, per reports. The sole occupant at the time of the fire was a dog, which was rescued by fire crews, per The Reporter. FDMT Assistant Chief Bill Goltz told The Reporter the fire started underneath the home and extended into the living space causing "significant" damage. There is no cause of the fire at present. FDMT was assisted by Colmar Fire Co., North Penn Fire Co., Fairmount Fire Co. of Lansdale, Horsham Fire Co., Colmar Fire Co. and Warrington Fire Co.