A house caught fire Friday afternoon in Marysville. (Marysville Fire District)

A house caught fire Friday afternoon in Marysville. (Marysville Fire District)

Fire damages Marysville home, displacing at least two

Flames ravaged a two-story house Friday afternoon in the 6000 block of 59th Street NE.

MARYSVILLE — At least two people were evacuated from a Marysville house after a fire broke out Friday afternoon.

About two dozen first responders were called at 12:15 p.m. to a home in the 6000 block of 59th Street NE, Marysville Fire District spokesperson Christie Veley said. They arrived to find the two-story house engulfed in flames.

Nobody was injured in the blaze. The house was “severely damaged” and may be a total loss, Veley said.

Fire officials urge people to heed caution during the summer months.

“With our dry weather, any fire has the potential to spread very rapidly,” Veley said. “We just ask everybody to be safe, recognize the danger that exists right now and use extra caution when they can.”

The fire’s cause is under investigation by the Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Office.

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