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Two people injured in Myrtle Beach condo fire

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Firefighters in Myrtle Beach worked to put out a structure fire at a condo complex at 4106 Fairway Lakes Drive early Monday morning at 5:40. 

Tap here to view a slideshow of images from the fire

Upon arrival, crews found a 2-story duplex with flames showing from the second story window, according to Lt. Jonathan Evans.

Fire crews then established a water supply and began fighting the fire. The fire was officially controlled within an hour and a half, but had the major fire areas out within 30 minutes, Evans added. 

Two people were transported to the hospital and one person suffers from slight burns.

A home to the left of the condo has minor damage, according to Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue. 

The fire is under investigation by Horry County Fire Rescue. 

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