BUFFALO, NY - Fire crews were called to another vacant building fire Sunday morning in the city's Riverside district.
The 2-alarm fire broke out sometime Sunday morning at a vacant manufacturing plant located on Isabelle Street.
Buffalo Fire Commissioner Garnell Whitfield said the fire was possibly starting by some rubbish and looks suspicious. "We have no evidence right now that anybody is living in there or anything like that but certainly someone has accessed the building who should have not been in there," Whitfield said.
This fire comes just one day after a 3-alarm fire broke out in a vacant church on Tacoma in North Buffalo.