There was another fire Monday morning at that troublesome vacant industrial building on east 16th street in the city of Erie.
This one broke out about 8:45 a.m. on the second floor, in the same spot as a fire there Sunday evening.
Chief City Fire Inspector Guy Santone took us inside the building built in 1890, to show us just how unsafe it's become after a series of weekend arsons.
There are massive holes in the floor and the roof.
A Buffalo, New York business man owns it.
His local security man says he's aware of the recent fire damage, and is concerned, but it's tough to keep people out.
City code enforcement says the owners are violating the property maintenance code, and have to do something, "We've boarded this place up and down so many times, several people have been arrested, I've kicked out 200 people in the last year and a half two years," said Dickie Russell, a security officer hired by the building owner.
"We want to talk to the owner face to face, and come up with a resolution in dealing with this structure," said Andy Zimmerman, Manager with Erie Code Enforcement.
The city is trying to reach the owner, to set up that meeting.