Firefighters responded to two house fires in Pine Bluff on Tuesday, and the cause of one of the fires is still under investigation.

Firefighters responded to two house fires in Pine Bluff on Tuesday, and the cause of one of the fires is still under investigation.

No one was injured in either incident, said Pine Bluff Fire & Emergency Services Department spokesman Lt. Harold Clark.

At 11 a.m. Tuesday, firefighters were called to 56 Western Drive. Clark said the fire was visible toward the rear of the structure, and firefighters were able to extinguish it.

The Police Department and its crime scene technicians assisted with the investigation, and the cause of the fire has yet to be determined, Clark said.

At 1 p.m. Tuesday, firefighters were called to 700 W. 23rd Ave. Clark said he was the first to arrive on the scene, where he saw smoke coming from the front of the single-story residential home.

When the 9-1-1 call was dispatched to firefighters, they were told that someone might still be inside the structure. But when they arrived, the only occupant who was home at the time had already gotten out safely, Clark said.

The cause of that fire was determined to have been a burning cooking pot on the stove.