Firefighters have extinguished a first-alarm house fire that ignited Friday night.
Units were dispatched to a home near the intersection of Greenfield and Chandler Heights for a report of a working fire.
Crews upgraded the call to a first-alarm fire. Officials said ammunition in the garage was igniting due to the heat and flames.
During the blaze, part of the home's roof collapsed. Firefighters were putting out hot spots in the attic as of 8:30 p.m.
One person was cut on their arm and hand.
Investigators said they heard those home at the time were pouring gasoline, but didn't know if it was being put into a can or vehicle. The cause remains under investigation.
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