No injuries reported at Cameron Street house fire in Regina

Investigators will be on the scene this morning to check out another suspicious fire in Regina's North Central neighbourhood.

Firefighters called to vacant house Monday night

The bungalow at 839 Cameron Street had been boarded up previously, according to a fire spokesman. It suffered heavy interior damage. (Samanda Brace/CBC)

Investigators will be on the scene this morning, checking out another suspicious fire in Regina's North Central neighbourhood.

The blaze was reported by a neighbour around 10:30 p.m. CST Monday night.

The home at 839 Cameron Street was fully involved when fire crews arrived minutes later.

An official with Regina fire services confirmed that the house was vacant when the fire started, and had been boarded up previously.

The fire spread rapidly throughout the entire main floor of the bungalow, causing heavy damage.

The circumstances of the fire are suspicious, a spokesman said.


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