A firefighter was hospitalized after he was injured battling a fire on the Southeast Side Tuesday evening.
The fire broke out just after 7 p.m. in the 100 block of Ada Street, near Goliad Road.
San Antonio Fire Department Battalion Chief Connie Hall said the firefighter suffered a dislocated shoulder, but was expected to be OK.
Hall said neighbors called for help after seeing flames shooting out of the house. Fire crews arrived to the scene and the home was engulfed in flames.
Hall said the fire appeared to suspicious because there was "a lot of fire really fast."
"At this point, the fire is knocked down," said Hall. "We are waiting for arson. Once they go through and complete their investigation then we will go in and continue our over haul and wrap it up."
Ada Street remained blocked off hours after the fire as arson continued their investigation.
Hall said there is an estimated $80,000 worth of damages to both the structure and its contents. One person was inside when the fire broke out, but made it out safe.