EDWARDS, Colo. (CBS4)– Two people and a dog were hurt when an SUV crashed into a garage which sparked a fire in Edwards.

Firefighters say the SUV struck an electric meter that started the fire.

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(credit: Eagle River Fire)

One person was trapped in the vehicle and the driver got out of the SUV but couldn’t get out of the garage.

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Firefighters were able to rescue both people as the garage started to collapse.

(credit: Eagle River Fire)

A sprinkler system kept the fire from spreading.

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What led up to the crash is being investigated.