A vacant home burned to the ground in Washington, Pa., early this morning.
Officials said the blaze broke out about 4:30 a.m. at 150 McCarrell Ave.
But an official at the Washington City Fire Department said this wasn't the first time the home had burned.
"A few months ago that same house caught on fire and an arson was the cause of it," said the department's Rich Popeck. "In a part of town like this, occurrences like this one happen."
No injuries were reported.
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