In this April 20, 2017 photo, an appliance is seen at the Green Appliance Repair shop in Temecula, Calif.
An appliance repair shop in Oregon has been the scene of a major appliance fire in recent months.
The blaze has left one man dead and another injured.
The fire happened Saturday at the building on the 800 block of South Alamo Street in Temepool.
The cause of the fire has not been determined, but the owner said it appeared to be electrical.
More about fire: Firefighters found the charred remains of a woman and her son in the attic, but no sign of their bodies, said Temeculos fire captain Jeff Smith.
Smith said a neighbor who had been staying in the home was inside when the fire broke out, and that his wife and child were rescued from the home by firefighters.
“There was no smoke, no smoke coming out of there,” Smith said.
In this Feb. 24, 2017, photo, a gas stove burns in the backyard of a home in Tempe, Arizona.
The owner of the home said she thought her home had been burglarized, and investigators were looking into whether the fire was connected to that.
Investigators said they had not yet found any sign of a person who may have broken into the home or been inside when it caught fire.
It’s the latest fire to hit the Temeculo community, which has been experiencing its worst drought in years.
Temeculo has been dealing with a record amount of water usage, and the drought has contributed to an increase in the number of fires.
Earlier this month, a fire that burned down a house in the Temepulos community of Roseburg burned to the ground.
A fire in a Temecuulos, Ariz., neighborhood killed a woman who was trapped inside a home.
Last week, a home was destroyed in Temeps fire department’s pursuit of arson.
Fire officials say they are seeking the help of the public to help them find those responsible.
Anyone with information about this fire should contact the Temes fire department at (928) 648-4711 or the Temed Police Department at (520) 762-3941.