"A lot of fire flares. They would put one out then they would break the windows out then another would come. It was a real bad one at the top when we first came. Then it looked like it was getting better then all of a sudden it got real bad," said Joy Duckett.
Neighbors say the building has apartment units and a business on the front. They watched as thick smoke billowed from the building.
A spokesperson for Camden Metro Police said one person was rescued and taken to Cooper Hospital. Duckett says she saw them bring out the man.
"He was sitting on the ground. I can't say he was burned. it was like he had really bad smoke stains on him but he couldn't talk or anything," she said.
The was under control at 9:15. Investigators are still looking into the cause.