SYRACUSE (WSYR-TV) - A late call put Syracuse firefighters to work on Sunday night.
911 dispatchers were alerted just after 11 p.m., when they sent crews to the area of Walnut Avenue and East Fayette Street.
A maze of hoses stretched across the intersection where a ladder truck offered light to firefighters on the ground.
Once the fire was out, the focus shifted to finding a cause. It was unclear if there were any early clues Sunday night.
Firefighters believe the building has been vacant for some time.
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