DALLAS (CBSDFW) –  The Dallas Fire-Rescue’s Urban Search and Rescue team responded a structural collapse at a home in Oak Cliff early Monday morning.

According to officials, a section of a home in the 1400 block of Padgitt Avenue, just south of downtown Dallas, collapsed and one person had to be rescued.

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Officials say a two-story detached garage collapsed. The garage had been converted partially into residential space; and the two people who live there were home at the time of the collapse.

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Urban Search and Rescue officials said the man was able to make it out safely, while the woman became trapped inside. Fortunately, US&R was able to rescue the woman from the debris with no serious injuries.

The unidentified woman is being evaluated by medics.

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