HOUSTON -- Officials say six people have been hurt in a fire at a Houston apartment complex.
The Houston Fire Department says the blaze broke out before dawn Tuesday at a complex in the northwest part of the city.
Three people were treated at the scene. Three others were transported to a hospital, as a precaution, for treatment of smoke inhalation.
Authorities say a security guard helped rescue one man by kicking in the door of the first-floor unit to pull the victim to safety.
Investigators are trying to determine what started the blaze that damaged several apartments. The fire was extinguished in about a half-hour.