BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Buffalo investigators are looking into what caused an early morning house fire on Friday.
Firefighters told News 4, a Rural Metro Ambulance driver saw smoke coming from the attic of a house on Bailey Avenue around 1 a.m. The paramedics called for help which helped crews to quickly control the fire.
Division Chief Don McFeely is thankful for the paramedic's quick thinking. He said the fire appears to have just spread in the homes attic. "…The front end was burning pretty good; we got in and knocked it down pretty fast," he said.
Fire officials said the fire appears to be suspicious as the back door of the house was wide open.
The amount of damage done is unknown at this time.
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