Multiple Albany fire crews battled a blaze for an hour and three people suffered smoke inhalation after the fire started in a shed at the rear of a Milpara property on Monday morning. Four trucks from Albany Fire and Rescue Service and Albany Volunteer Fire and Rescue were sent to a shed fire at a home on Coogee Street after a triple-0 call at 9.47am. Thick smoke could be seen from Albany Highway and fire crews were seen using protective equipment at the scene. Firefighters worked at the back of the property to contain the blaze in a 6m x 10m shed. A Department of Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said the fire was under control at 10.10am and it was contained to the shed. The fire was fully extinguished by 10.45am and crews remained on scene to investigate the cause. DFES say the cause of the fire is undetermined at this stage. St John WA attended with three people at the home affected by smoke inhalation. A man in his 70s and a woman in her 40s were taken by ambulance to Albany Health Campus at normal road speed. The third person was treated at the scene but did not require hospital treatment. Coogee Street was blocked off near the property for about an hour as emergency services dealt with the incident.