MOISER, OR — A motor home fire briefly closed westbound Interstate 84 near Moiser Wednesday morning. By the time emergency crews arrived, the RV was off to the side of the freeway, fully engulfed. A 57-year-old Hermiston man, the only one inside the motor home, was able to escape without injury. While the motor home was a complete loss, crews prevented the fire from spreading to nearby grass and brush.
Oregon State Police closed the westbound lanes of traffic for about 30 minutes Wednesday as crews responded.
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