A lit cigarette burned a home to the ground while its occupants were attending a meeting to help them quit smoking. Officials have ruled that a blaze that destroyed a mobile home in San Luis Obispo, California was caused by a cigarette.
The mobile home was owned by 68-year-old Bill Lewis who lived there with his mother Chessie, who's in her 80s.
The fire was started by a cigarette left behind by Chessie on a table of a porch before the pair left for a meeting at the County Public Health Department to help her quit smoking.
No one was injured in the fire, which caused $200,000 worth of damage.