A fire in Forsyth Township destroyed a home last night and sent one man to the hospital.
The house on County Road 545 was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived at about 6:30 pm.
It took about seven hours to put out the blaze.
Crews were called back to the scene at 4 am when the fire rekindled.
A resident of the home was taken to a hospital for treatment of minor burns.
The Forsyth Township, Skandia-West Branch and Chocolay Township Fire Departments all assisted at the scene.
Authorities say that the cold temperatures played a factor in putting out the fire.
With single-digit temperatures, water was frozen in several nearby creeks that firefighters use as a water supply.