LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A pair of model homes under construction were burned early Saturday in a two-alarm fire.
The fire call came in at 3:05 a.m. at 6400 Guy Summit Ave.
The first response included four engines, one truck, a rescue unit and two battalion chiefs from the Clark County Fire Department.
The first arriving companies reported at least two model homes on fire and called a second alarm for additional resources at 3:13 a.m. Nearly 50 personnel were deployed to the fire.
Assistant Fire Chief Larry Haydu said in an email that the second alarm included and additional four engines, one truck, one rescue unit and an air resource unit and an additional battalion chief.
The fire was reported as knocked down at 3:45 a.m.
There were no reported injuries and as the structures were unoccupied model homes, no one was displaced.
The cause of the fire remains under investigations, and the amount of loss from the fire is yet to be determined.