A vacant home in the city's South End neighborhood broke out in flames Thursday morning.
Firefighters responded to 92 Mill St. about 6 a.m. for a fire that investigators said started on the second floor.
Officials called the fire suspicious and are continuing to investigate incident.
According to neighbors on Mill Street, people come and go and live inside the vacant home.
Dennis Leger, executive aide to the Fire Commissioner, told CBS 3 that the house was in extremely bad shape and that firefighters would not enter the home if it catches fire again.
There was no word on cost of damage.
CBS 3's Julie Leonardi will have the full story including reactions from neighbors coming up First at 4.
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