UPDATE: Man injured in Fairhope mobile home fire has died

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UPDATE (3/13) — Two people have died after a mobile home caught fire in Fairhope.

The mother of Bradley Ellis, who was seriously injured in the trailer fire, was taken off life support Wednesday afternoon and passed away. 

UPDATE (7:30pm) — 41-year-old Delia Leigh Cook, one of the two people injured in a mobile home fire in Fairhope, has died, her family tells News 5. 

The family sent out the following: 

“The family wishes to express its extreme humble gratitude and sincere thanks for the outpouring of love and prayers. Especially in such a dire and trying time for our family.  

We wish to let everyone know that Leigh is at peace and has joined our Father in Heaven. She is survived by her three children and multiple other beloved family members.”

FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WKRG) — Fairhope police have identified the victims in Thursday’s mobile home fire as 42-year-old Bradley Ellis and 41-year-old Delia Cook. Both of them are still in “critical condition” at University Hospital in Mobile.

Multiple agencies are investigating that mobile home fire.

The Fairhope Police Department, the Fairhope Volunteer Fire Department and the State Fire Marshal were on scene Friday afternoon.

The home is in the Rezner Mobile Home Park off Highway 181 between Moseley Road and Gayfer Avenue.


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