According to Reelsville Fire Cheif John McPherson, Sheila Shoemaker found the living room of her family's home in flames after being awakened by the family dog.
She promptly gathered her three young children and dog and headed next door where she phoned the fire department.
At 2:15 a.m., the Reelsville fire station received the call to respond to the home of John and Sheila Shoemaker.
"Upon arrival at 2:27 a.m., the modular home was around 80-percent engulfed in flames," McPherson stated. "There was a garage and cars about five feet away we were able to save."
The cause is believed to be an electrical fire that began near the entertainment center, McPherson said.
The home was a total loss with a damage estimate around $80,000. The contents were valued at $30,000.
Four additional stations reported to the scene, including Greencastle Fire Department, Cloverdale Township Fire, Madison Township Fire and State Farm Fire Departments.
Operation Life was also on scene, but no injuries were reported.
McPherson said they are still waiting on the State Farm Insurance adjuster to report to the scene for a more thorough detailing of the damage estimates.
The Reelsville Fire Department returned to the station at 5:48 a.m.