One firefighter was injured and taken to a local hospital for possible heat exhaustion after battling a structure fire Sunday night, according to the Amarillo Fire Department.

At 6:59 p.m., the fire department responded to a single-story fire at 712 SW 17th Ave. Crews arrived three minutes later and found heavy smoke coming from the rear of the structure. Shortly thereafter, a large fire broke out from the rear and through the roof of the structure, prompting a call for a second alarm, AFD stated.

The building had several additions, making it difficult for firefighters to gain access to all areas of the home. The fire was called under control at 7:54 p.m., the department stated.

The house had been empty for a while, and there were no utilities to the house. The Amarillo Fire Marshal's Office responded and reported the fire began in the floor of an addition in the rear of the main house, but the cause is undetermined. Damages have been estimated at $100,000, according to AFD.