ABERDEEN, Wash. -

A house fire in Aberdeen early Friday spread to a second home, and police evacuated a third before the two-alarm fire was stopped.

The fire department received the call about 12:30 a.m. from a homeowner who reported flames coming from his attached garage.

The house was fully involved when firefighters arrived. The flames spread to a nearby truck and travel trailer, then to a second home on the property.

KBKW reports police evacuated a third home before firefighters controlled the blaze around 1:30 a.m.

No injuries were reported. The first house, and the truck and trailer appear to be a total loss. The fire burned an outside wall and attic on the second home.