Fire Investigated at Old Annie Lytle School
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The State Fire Marshall will be in Riverside Monday, investigating a fire at the old Annie Lytle School building.
At 11:23 p.m. Sunday, Jacksonville Fire and Rescue teams responded a report of a structure fire.
Once on the scene, District Chief Jack Griggs said firefighters found flames shooting through the roof of the building.
This building was vacant.
Chief Griggs said the fire damaged 90 percent of the building.
An archive of endangered historic buildings in Jacksonville shows the Annie Lytle School was built in 1917.
It has been vacant since 1960.
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