Fire crews have been forced to return to the scene of a unit fire on the Gold Coast after the blaze reignited almost 24 hours later.
An apartment along Poinciana Crescent at Bundall first erupted into flames around 4.00am on Sunday, with the fire taking crews around half an hour to bring under control.
A Queensland Fire and Emergency Service spokesperson told myGC the blaze is believed to have started in the roof of the property.
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A man in his 40s was treated at the scene for smoke inhalation before being taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.
Just before 12.30am on Monday, firies were again called back to the property after flames erupted once again.
A QFES spokesperson confirmed it took crews around an hour to again dampen down the hotspots before they left the scene around 2.00am.
The blaze is not being treated as suspicious.