A vacant house caught fire in Sacramento Thursday morning just one day after firefighters were called to the home.
During Wednesday’s fire, parts of the roof collapsed, so the home was boarded up.
The fire occurred in the 3000 block of Elm Street, and fire officials said the home might have been vacant.
Neighbors tell KCRA an elderly man who lived in the house died about a month ago. The Sacramento Fire Department said the home is furnished, but appears to be vacant.
The fire started around 3:45 p.m.
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