Two fires sent an Enid Fire Department firefighter and two other individuals to local medical facilities for treatment Sunday.

A 3:14 a.m. residential fire, at 1638 S. Jefferson, originated from a vehicle in the driveway of the duplex, according to fire department reports.

The vehicle fire caught the eaves of the house on fire and spread to the attic, the report states.

Upon arrival, firefighters found heavy smoke and flames. All occupants were found to be out of the residence, reports state.

Some debris fell on a firefighter, who was treated for a sprained neck and released.

According to the report, there were smoke alarms in the residence, but neither alarm worked.

The fire caused an estimated $130,000 in damage to the residence and an estimated $10,000 in damage to the vehicle, reports state.

A report on an afternoon fire in a trailer home, on the northwest corner of Yale and Monroe, was not available at press time, but two individuals were reportedly taken to a hospital for smoke inhalation.

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