TOLEDO, OH (TOLEDO NEWS NOW) - Fire department crews battled two separate blazes early Wednesday about a block away from one another in north Toledo.
They were called in minutes apart just before 4 a.m. The first was in the 1600 block of Mulberry near Bancroft and the second was in the 1200 block of Sherman near Mulberry.
Both houses were vacant and there were no injuries.
Crews worked on the houses for a couple of hours as small flames kept re-igniting.
The causes are not yet determined, and firefighters say they are looking into possible arson and whether the two fires are related.
The house on Mulberry caught fire last Wednesday according to neighbors. It will likely be marked as a "Code Red." That's a safety measure for firefighters, so they know it is a vacant house when they arrive.
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