The home is likely a total loss, along with several vehicles that were parked nearby.
The two people that perished last month in a Ketchikan house fire have been identified by the lone survivor. A memorial service is planned for the two victims later this week.
The fire marshal says heavy smoke, heat and flames hampered an effort to rescue those trapped upstairs.
Two residents and a dog made it safely out of a Mendenhall Valley house fire on Friday.
The fire reportedly broke out shortly before 10:45 a.m. on the top floor of a three story house on the corner of 5th and Franklin streets. No injuries were reported.
There was at least $100,000 in estimated damage. The cause remains under investigation.
No one was reported injured after a Sunday evening fire at 17000 block of Point Lena Loop Road.
No injuries were initially reported in the house fire on the 6400 block of North Douglas Highway.
A Sunday house fire in Koyuk has claimed the life of one woman and seriously injured one other person.
Witnesses told officials that Smith came out of the house, told a family member that the home was on fire, drove down the rough, gravel road and parked his truck across the road. Smith then shot a gun into the air a couple of times, but didn’t seem to be shooting at anyone.