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Fire ripped through a Durham apartment complex early Sunday morning, leaving several displaced and causing one person to be taken to the hospital. (WTVD Photo/Tommy Harris)

DURHAM, N.C. — One person was injured and several displaced after fire ripped through a Durham apartment complex on Sunday morning, according to WTVD-TV.

The fire started just after midnight at Foxfire Apartment Homes on New Castle Road, according to Deputy Fire Chief Chris Iannuzzi.

One person had to be taken to Duke Hospital with burn injuries, but is expected to be okay.

Iannuzzi said one unit was heavily damaged and another partially damaged in the fire. Four units were affected because electricity had to be turned off.

A resident told investigators the fire started in the kitchen.

Source: WTVD-TV