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Winona man transported to Parkland after home destroyed by fire Wednesday morning

SMITH COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -

Smith County officials responded this morning to a fully-involved structure fire on the 12000 block of County Road 336, just north of Interstate 20 near Winona.

Upon arrival, firefighters found a mobile home engulfed in flames. One person was transported to a local hospital with burn injuries.

The Smith County Fire Marshal's office and ETMC officials say that the victim was flown to Parkland for treatment of second-degree burns.

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