One person hospitalized after duplex fire

Updated: Monday, September 1 2014, 06:51 AM MDT
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By: Elena Arteaga

EL PASO, Texas -- One person was hospitalized after a fire in west El Paso.

The fire was reported just before 10 p.m. on the 500 block of Green Village Court and Belvidere Street Sunday night. 

Firefighters told KFOX14 the fire started inside of the garage in a duplex. 

Everyone inside the home was able to evacuate safely-- but one person was taken to Providence for possible smoke inhalation. 

All units cleared the scene by midnight. 

The exact cause of the fire was not immediately clear. 

One person hospitalized after duplex fire
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