UPDATE: One of the two people killed in this fire has been identified as 75-year-old Carlos Isaac Hepstein. The identification of the other victim has not yet been released.

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Officials are investigating a Saturday morning fire at a mobile home park in the southeast valley that killed two people, the Clark County Fire Department said.

Crews responded to the Royal Mobile Home Park, 4470 Vegas Valley Dr., at about 9:15 a.m. after a person knocked on the door of Fire Station No. 27 and reported that a mobile home was burning, according to a news release from the department. The station also is on Vegas Valley Drive.

Units found a mobile home under heavy fire and smoke, the release said, and neighboring mobile homes were evacuated.

After large volumes of water were used to extinguish the blaze, two people were found dead, the release said. The department neither released their names nor gender.

Overall, five engines, one truck, two rescues, two battalion chiefs, one mobile air unit and two investigators responded with 34 personnel, the release said.

No other injuries were reported.