One person died early Sunday in a solo vehicle crash in south Santa Rosa, police said.

Sometime around 1:20 a.m., officers responded to a reported crash in the area of Santa Rosa Avenue near Barham Avenue, where they found a vehicle with one occupant, apparently the driver, who died, according to Santa Rosa Police Sgt. Kyle Philp.

The 2016 Dodge Charger was engulfed in flames.

Witnesses at the scene told police the car was southbound on Santa Rosa Avenue when it went over the curb on the southwestern corner of the intersection and hit a traffic signal pole and a tree. One witness said the car was on fire before it came to a stop.

Shortly before the crash, officers had been on the lookout for a silver car in the area, Philp said.

No other information, including the circumstances of the crash or the gender of the victim, was available Sunday.

How fast have home prices climbed?

The median price for a single-family home in Sonoma County has climbed 131 percent in the last nine years since prices bottomed at $305,000 in February 2009. Key milestones:

$305,000 - February 2009

$435,500 - April 2013

$507,000 - July 2014

$600,000 - June 2016

$705,000 - June 2018

Source: Pacific Union International senior vice president Rick Laws