(KRON) — A structure fire involving a mobile home broke out around 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday, according to the Santa Rosa Fire Department.

Firefighters responded to the Sequoia Mobile Home Park off of Fulton Road as the blaze threatened two other mobile homes. Crews deployed fire hoses on both sides of the home in an effort to keep the adjacent homes from burning.

The fire was contained within 30 minutes, according to the fire department.

A total of 20 firefighters were at the scene attacking the blaze. The occupant of the mobile home that was on fire initially woke up to the smoke detector going off and was able to escape with his adult son, the fire department said.

The occupant received minor injuries and was assessed at the ambulance. The cause of the fire is said to have been started near the water heated closet, SRFD said.

The building is described as a total loss with damages estimated around $150,000, according to SRFD.