Authorities: Fire breaks out on second floor of multi-family home; possibly suspicious

A fire broke out on the second floor of a three-floor multi-family home on Monday evening, according to authorities.  
FDNY officials say that the call came in just after 5:30 p.m., and 60 first responders arrived at the scene. 
Fire marshals on the scene tell News 12 that there is a “thorough, painstaking operation to remove the smoldering debris” from the second floor of the building.  
They say the fire broke out in an apartment that was badly cluttered. At this time, they are investigating the fire to possibly be suspicious.  
One person suffered a minor injury and was transported to Maimonides Hospital. They are expected to be OK.  
The Red Cross tells News 12 at this time they are helping to relocate one displaced family.
Fire marshals are investigating the cause of the fire.