A blaze in east Las Vegas destroyed a mobile home and required multiple fire crews to extinguish the flames Sunday afternoon.
The Clark County Fire Department was called at about 2:30 p.m. to a residence on fire at 5405 Tahoe Drive, near Nellis Boulevard and Vegas Valley Drive.
Upon arrival fire crews found a double-wide mobile home heavily involved in fire and an adjacent mobile home that was beginning to catch fire.
Crews initiated an aggressive attack on the fire to include protecting the adjacent building, according to the CCFD, and also searched for possible residents inside the structure.
No victims were found during the life searches and firefighters quickly knocked down the fire and saved the secondary home.
The American Red Cross was providing assistance to five adults displaced as the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
A total of 35 fire department personnel responded to the mobile home fire, including Las Vegas Fire and Rescue along with Clark County fire.
ICYMI: A #Fire in #East #LasVegas destroyed a mobile home #Sunday, leaving 5 people without a place to live. This morning the fire department is trying to figure out what caused the home to go up in flames @KTNV pic.twitter.com/6ku1DXMvhm
— Alicia Pattillo (@aliciapattillo) November 19, 2018