Authorities are now investigating the cause of the blaze.
SAN ANTONIO — At least one person is hospitalized after a house fire broke out in west San Antonio Friday afternoon, according to authorities.
Joseph Arrington, a fire department spokesperson, said crews “made an aggressive attack” to extinguish the flames when they arrived along the 6200 block of West Commerce Street, responding around 2:13 p.m.
The blaze was extinguished within about 20 minutes, Arrington said. A cause is still being investigated.
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