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MAYFLOWER, Ark. (AP) - Two homes burned in Mayflower as firefighters worked to keep a third structure from being consumed.

"Not sure what we're going to do," said William Boothe,a Mayflower resident who lost his home to the fire Sunday.

Faulkner County officials said Boothe's and another home may be a total loss. Authorities said a neighbor on the other side of Boothe's home was damaged significantly.

"We did have a small Chihuahua die," said Boothe.

The fire resulted in no injuries, according to authorities.

"A lot of family photos burned," said Boothe.

Boothe said although he has insurance, he is not sure whether he will rebuild.

"My children lost all of their clothes; they have no clothes for school tomorrow," said Boothe.

There was no immediate word from Faulkner County officials on the cause of the fire, which burnedon Mallard Cove.

There was no immediate word from Faulkner County officials on the cause of the fire, which burnedon Mallard Cove.

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