KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. (WAVY) – Two Nags Head lifeguards were injured and others were displaced after their house caught fire in Kill Devil Hills early Friday morning.

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Kill Devil Hills Fire Department says crews responded to a call for a structure fire around 1 a.m. in the 200 block of North Memorial Boulevard.

Fire crews from Colington and Kitty Hawk were also called to the scene to assist. The fire was marked under control around 1:40 a.m.

Everyone occupying the residence got out safely. Two people were injured due to smoke inhalation and were transported to a local hospital

A Facebook post from the Town of Nags Head says the house was destroyed by the fire and all of the occupant’s belongings have been lost.

Anyone who has available housing for the lifeguards for the next three weeks is asked to contact Ocean Rescue Captain Chad Motz at chad.motz@nagsheadnc.gov. Those looking to support the displaced lifeguards can also visit the incidents Go Fund Me page.