PORTLAND, Ore. - A fire destroyed a vacant Northeast Portland house and damaged two neighboring homes Wednesday morning.
The fire started just after 2 a.m. at 14932 N.E. Graham Street, firefighters said. A neighbor called 911 when she saw the home was fully engulfed.
When firefighters arrived, they found fire extending to two neighboring homes. Crews called for more resources with a second alarm.
Residents from both neighboring homes got out safely, according to Portland Fire and Rescue spokesman, Lt. Rich Chatman.
No one was hurt.
Firefighters extinguished the fires around 4 a.m. At least two homes were significantly damaged, Chatman said.
Investigators are looking into a cause.
The Red Cross is helping four people who were displaced by the fire.