EDMONTON -- A north Edmonton home has been destroyed by fire and two neighbouring houses have also been damaged after flames broke out early this morning. 

Fire crews responded to multiple 911 calls just before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday about a house on fire near 137 Avenue and 37 Street. 

"It was coming through the roof of two structure, we went to an exterior attack trying to contain it trying to limit exposure," said District Chief Darcy Sperling with the Edmonton Fire Rescue Services. 

No injuries were reported and all buildings at risk were safely evacuated. 

Steven Sullivan says he came out of his house and saw a fire "raging" in the garage.

"It was out of control there was no way ... garden hoses weren't going to take care of it," he said. 

"We're very fortunate that everyone got out." 

Fire investigators remain on scene to determine the cause of the fire as well as damage estimates. 

An online funraiser has been set up to support those who lived at the home.