DENVER -- One person was burned while escaping from a fire in a duplex in southwest Denver on Tuesday afternoon.
It happened in the 2200 block of West Jewell Avenue.
A Denver Fire Department spokesman said that person was initially stuck inside the duplex, but was able to get out.
“Once I pulled up to the driveway and got out of the car, as soon as I got out of the car I heard the glass break and the gentleman toppled out of the window," a neighbor said.
"He was covered in smoke and his hands all bloody and his hands were up. So, the first thing I said was how can I help you? And he said, 'I need to get away, like as far away from this place as possible.'”
The man was taken to a hospital.
There were reports a Molotov cocktail might have something to do with how the fire started, but investigators had not confirmed that information.