Vacant house fire on Jamestown's eastside ruled arson...

Arson is the reported cause of a fire at a vacant home on Jamestown's eastside last night.  City fire officials say crews were called to the scene at 236 Falconer St. shortly after 7:30 p.m.  Reports were that fire was showing from the windows on both floors of the two-story structure.  One official says there was heavy fire damage to the first-floor.  No injuries were reported.  Crews were at the scene about two-hours.  We hope to have more details later this morning.  Board of Public Utilities officials say discolored water may still be a problem in that area during the day today after a Water Main break on Washington Street earlier in the day Wednesday.

 

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