One person was injured in a two-alarm fire that engulfed a single-story apartment building in central Fresno on Tuesday.
Firefighters responded to the blaze on 3293 E. Clay Ave., just south of Olive Avenue, around 5:31 p.m., spokesman Justin McDonald said. They found one unit in flames and fire threatening to spread to an adjacent unit in the four-unit complex.
One person was taken to Community Regional Medical Center after suffering burns to his body, McDonald said. His condition is unknown.
The blaze caused extensive damage to two of the units and is estimated to cost over $150,000, fire officials said.
The cause of the fire is under investigation, McDonald said. The apartment unit previously burned a week ago and was probably boarded up.