South King Fire and Rescue responded to a blaze early Thursday at 37300 Pacific Highway S. in Federal Way. Courtesy photo

Firefighters extinguish early morning RV blaze in Federal Way

South King Fire and Rescue responded to a blaze around 3 a.m. Thursday involving several recreational vehicles in Federal Way.

The fire was reported by a passerby at 37300 Pacific Highway South, which is a private property at the corner of South 373rd Street. The fire department has posted photos and videos on Twitter that show the RVs engulfed in flames, then show the charred aftermath.

No injuries were reported, and a single occupant of an RV was evacuated safely, said Capt. Jeff Bellinghausen. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Bellinghausen told the Mirror that four total vehicles were destroyed, and that city officials are investigating the scene for code compliance issues.

More information will be reported when available.

South King Fire and Rescue responded to a blaze early Thursday at 37300 Pacific Highway S. in Federal Way. Courtesy photo

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