PHOTOS: A vacant house has been destroyed in a fire on the south side of Syracuse early Wednesday morning.
Emergency crews were dispatched at 3:00 a.m. to the house on Glenwood Avenue near Craddock Street. When firefighters arrived, the fire was already fully involved and it was too dangerous for firefighters to enter the house, according to the Syracuse Fire Department.
A few minutes into firefighting operations, the structure collapsed, according to fire officials.
One neighboring home sustained damage as a result of the fire, the Syracuse Fire Department said.
One firefighter required medical attention due to minor burns, fire officials said.
The cause and origin of the fire are under investigation.