Two mobile homes were damaged by fires Monday morning, according to the West Thurston Regional Fire Authority.
The first fire was reported about 5:20 a.m. in the 10500 block of 176th Avenue Southwest.
When fire crews arrived, the home was fully engulfed in flames but firefighters prevented it from spreading, Chief Robert Scott said. Family members were not injured because they were awakened by smoke and got out of the home, he said.
Red Cross is providing support, he said.
The second fire happened about three hours later near Scott Lake in the 2900 block of Scotlac Drive Southwest. The resident was awakened by smoke and she initially knocked down the fire with a garden hose, then firefighters extinguished it.
Fire damage was limited to the kitchen, although there was smoke damage throughout the home, Scott said.
Both fires are under investigation.