Update 8:17 p.m.:
One person suffered smoke inhalation in a fire that destroyed a garage and three vehicles inside it and partly damaged a home in Lake Elsinore, Cal Fire officials said.
The roof of the garage collapsed.
Loss was estimated at $150,000.
Update 4:33 p.m.:
The fire in the two-story, single-family home was reported at 3:23 p.m. in the 32400 block of Somerset Drive, Cal Fire officials said.
One person -- not a firefighter -- was taken by ambulance from the scene but the nature of the injuries was unclear.
Neighbor Sean Kurtz told Patch he was just leaving the house with his children when he saw his neighbor trying to put out the fire with a garden hose.
"He looked shocked and panicked and scared all at the same time," Kurtz told Patch at the scene.
"I hooked up my garden hose and tried to keep it cool on my side of the garage and that's when it really began to take off."
Kurtz said firefighters showed up soon after that and made quick work of the blaze.
"It gets your adrenaline flowing," Kurtz said of the fire.
"It's amazing how much heat comes off the fire," said Kurtz, who just recently moved from Wildomar.
A fire on Sunday engulfed a home in Lake Elsinore but there was not immediate information on possible injuries.
The fire broke out shortly after 3 p.m. Sunday in the area of Palomar and Corydon streets.
-- Daniel Lane Contributed to this report.