(KCEN) -- Fire marshals are busy investigating three vacant homes that were damaged by fires overnight in Waco.
The first fire happened just after 7 p.m. yesterday at a house on 17th Street near Bosque.
Six fire trucks responded to the two alarm fire, while officers blocked side streets diverting traffic.
No one was living at the home at the time.
Then around 1:21 this morning, a house at 1823 North 6th Street burst into flames.
Firefighters arrived to find heavy smoke coming out of the house. They were able to extinguish the flames, but the house received smoke, water and fire damage.
The home was vacant at the time of the fire.
At 2:24 this morning, a third vacant home caught on fire at 2023 North 5th Street.
Flames were visible in the house when firefighters arrived. They extinguished the fire, but part of the roof collapsed and there was also heavy fire damage.
Fire marshals are not saying whether the fires are related, but they are investigating all three incidents.
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