No injuries after Aberdeen house fire spreads to second home

A house fire in Aberdeen early this morning spread to a second home, police evacuated a third before the two-alarm fire was stopped. Aberdeen Fire Captain JR Streifel said the call came in just after 12:30 Friday morning. A man noticed flames coming from the attached garage of his home in the 1700 block of Westport Road. Crews reported the house was fully involved when they arrived, the flames quickly spread to a nearby truck and travel trailer, then a second home on the cramped property.
Streifel said Aberdeen Police evacuated a third home on the property before they got the blaze under control around 1:30 this morning. No injuries were reported, the first house looked like a total loss, as did the truck and trailer, Streifel said they stopped the fire in the attic of the second home, which was burned on one outside wall. A total of 21 responders were on scene until nearly 4 a.m.