A fire tore through a home in southeastern Sacramento on Friday night and sent two people to a hospital for treatment, fire officials said.
The fire, on the 6300 block of Fall River Way, prompted a two-alarm response by more than 50 firefighters, said Sacramento Fire Department spokesman Chris Harvey.
A couple in their early 60s jumped out of a second-story window and were rescued, Harvey said. Both were taken by ambulance to UC Davis Medical Center.
The husband suffered an abrasion to his forehead, while the status of the other victim was unknown, ambulance crews reported en route to the hospital.
The fire was first reported at about 7:30 p.m. Firefighters knocked down the main fire but continued to battle flames that erupted as many as 45 minutes later.
Harvey said seven members of the family live at the house, but five were out of town at the time of the fire.