WHITE SWAN, Wash. -- The Yakima County Fire Marshal's Office is looking into two possible arson fires in White Swan in the last three days.
Crews with Yakima County Fire District 5 Thursday morning mopped up what remained of an abandoned building on the 200 block of Curtis Street.
More than a dozen firefighters responded to the fire at around 6:00 a.m. It took crews about five hours to put out the fire, according to Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Frazer, with Yakima Co. Fire District 5.
"We had one just about a block and a half from here on Tuesday night, early Wednesday morning at an old abandoned two-story house that was set on fire," Deputy Fire Chief Frazer said.
Frazer say no one was hurt. Firefighters were able to protect nearby buildings and homes from also burning.
"It's not safe at all, just because I am a mother of five children," said Alexis Sooksoit, whose trailer was just feet away from the burning building on Thursday.
Sooksoit says Tribal Police evacuated her family at around 6:00 a.m. and says they sat outside until around 8:15 a.m., before returning to their home.
The Yakima Sheriff's Office, who is working with Tribal Police and fire investigators, say they still don't have any suspects.
"If somebody knows something, somebody's around doing something we just need, you know, the appropriate people to come forward and help us out on this," said Frazer. "And a lot of time and expense and safety of the community, and the firefighters have to be out here messing with this."
Meanwhile, Sooksoit says she's sending her five kids to stay with other family members, while she stays behind in hopes a suspect will be caught before another fire is set.
"What abandoned home is going to be targeted next?" Sooksoit asked.
Anyone with information on the fires is asked to call the Yakima Sheriff's Office at 574-2500 or Tribal Police 865-2933.