A fire continued to burn through a U.S. Navy warship in San Diego, California, Monday, July 13, as hundreds of sailors battled to keep the flames away from the fuel reserves.
READ MORE: Firefighting teams continue trying to extinguish a massive fire that broke out Sunday onboard a U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship docked at Naval Base San Diego in the U.S. state of California.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. An official with the San Diego Fire Department, which is helping fight the fire, said there was an explosion.
There were 160 sailors aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard when the fire broke out, according to the Navy, and all have been evacuated. Five sailors are still in the hospital for observation. All are currently in stable condition.
In total, 57 U.S. sailors and Navy civilian personnel have been treated for injuries as a result of the fire, including smoke inhalation and heat exhaustion.