The Erie County coroner has identified the woman who died in a mobile home fire.
When firefighters were dispatched to the Holly Acres Mobile Home last night, they tried to save a woman reportedly trapped inside.
By the time firefighters were able to get to the woman she had died.
Seventy-nine-year-old Noreen Swift was found near the front of the trailer.
The mobile home was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived.
Kuhl Hose fire chief Don Erbin Jr. tells us that a man outside of the trailer told them there was a person still inside.
They sent several crews in to try to rescue Swift.
At the same time, the rest of the firefighters worked to extinguish the flames.
One man was taken to UPMC Hamot and later flown to a Pittsburgh hospital; his condition is not known.
A firefighter suffered first degree burns but is doing fine today.
An autopsy will not be performed on Swift.
Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook tells us there isn't an official cause of death yet.
The cause is still under investigation at this time.