Vacant business fire ruled arson
Web Producer: Ina Ronquillo
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - The Tucson Fire Department responded to a vacant business fire early Friday morning.
Trish Tracy with Tucson Fire tells KGUN9 that someone in the neighborhood noticed smoke coming from a building in the 3600 block of North Prince Road and knocked on the fire station door to advise firefighters.
Firefighters notified dispatch and drove around the neighborhood to locate the source of smoke. They found smoke coming from the roof area of a vacant business just down the street from the fire house.
A sprinkler head activated, controlling the fire, says Tracy.
The damage to the vacant building is estimated at $10,000 and the cause of the fire has been rules arson.
There are no reported injuries.