One injured in Mission district fire 

click to enlarge Firefighters are responding to a one-alarm blaze at a house in San Francisco's Mission District that broke out at approximately 5:05 Sunday morning. (Getty Images file photo) - FIREFIGHTERS ARE RESPONDING TO A ONE-ALARM BLAZE AT A HOUSE IN SAN FRANCISCO'S MISSION DISTRICT THAT BROKE OUT AT APPROXIMATELY 5:05 SUNDAY MORNING. (GETTY IMAGES FILE PHOTO)
  • Firefighters are responding to a one-alarm blaze at a house in San Francisco's Mission District that broke out at approximately 5:05 Sunday morning. (Getty Images file photo)
  • Firefighters are responding to a one-alarm blaze at a house in San Francisco's Mission District that broke out at approximately 5:05 Sunday morning. (Getty Images file photo)

One person was injured in a one-alarm fire in San Francisco's Mission District on Sunday morning, according to the fire department.

Units responded to reports of a fire in a home at 1141 S. Van Ness Ave. at about 5:05 a.m., officials said.

One occupant of the three-story residence was taken to San Francisco General Hospital with minor injuries, according to the fire department.

The blaze was declared under control at about 5:35 a.m.

Investigators believe the fire was ignited by faulty electricity wiring inside the home, according to the fire department.

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