On the dramatic turned lighter side, the Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) Sheriff’s Station Twitter feed reported a bear on the roof a shed in a manufactured home community, and snapped the photo above.
“Deputies responded out to a mobile home park [*] in Gorman [California] tonight re: a bear on the roof. The bear reportedly tore through a shed looking for food. CA Fish and Wildlife responded. No injuries reported,” per SCV’s Twitter feed.
The following question was sent to SCV via Twitter, “Was the bear tranquilized and transported or shot to death? You can’t leave us hanging Deputy!!”
“The bear is doing good. Fish and Wildlife responded and the bear escaped to a tree. They did not transport him, lots of open space for him to get back into the wild,” came the reply tweet.
First responders were praised for their handling of the incident.
SCV added, “Scary! Yet poor animal… I’m sure he wanted to hurt no one… he was just wanting some fish and chips.”
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* The home appears to be a manufactured home, not a mobile home, and it would be a manufactured home community, not a “mobile home park.” For more on terminology and industry facts, see the link below.
The Ultimate Manufactured Home Industry Fact$, Data, and Insights – Bullets plus at-a-Glance Infographic – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
Today we’ll keep it shorter than normal, because we want you to be able to focus on the infographic and data provided below. We could sum this up like this. There is a lot of misinformation about modern manufactured homes, starting with terminology. From there, one can move on to issues of quality, durability, appreciation, and more.
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