It happened Sunday night at a two-story home in the 900 block of Rindie Street.
Investigators said the fire was determined have started accidentally as a result of an electrical problem at one mobile home, and it then spread to another mobile home. Once fire crews arrived, they found smoke coming from the eaves of the house.
A house full of people managed to make it out when their house caught fire early Christmas morning. The total damage for both homes is $50,000.
Authorities said the electrical fire began above the stove, but firefighters contained it in the attic.
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The source of the fire remains under investigation.
"Within minutes, the Middlesex Fire Department responded and immediately requested a second alarm." he said. Firefighters were able to get there fast and take out the fire.
No injuries were reported and the family got out safely, authorities said.
The Red Cross assisted both families, which included four adults, three children and their pets.