Fire crews in Redding, California responded to an apartment fire on Sunday that took them twenty minutes to extinguish. The cause of that fire? A burning spider.

One of the residents used a torch lighter to set a "huge wolf spider" ablaze. The flaming arachnid then crawled in a mattress, which then spread the fire to the drapes and a collection of flags.

Firefighters were able to keep the blaze from spreading to the neighboring apartments but the unit was left uninhabitable. They estimate that $11,000 worth of damage was caused.

It's worth noting that wolf spiders are non-venomous and will probably run from you before attacking.