LAFAYETTE, N.Y. -- Crews responded to the scene of a house fire in LaFayette on Wednesday morning.
Firefighters responded to 2411 Apulia Road just after 9 a.m. on Wednesday. The home was completely engulfed in flames by the time crews arrived.
The LaFayette Fire Department was joined by several other agencies. Tankers were also brought in to help fight the quickly moving fire.
Officials said nobody was home at the time of the fire, and nobody was hurt. The 100-year-old home is considered a total loss after the second floor collapsed.
"Initially when they arrived they did attempt to do some interior work on it, some of the walls on the backside that you can't see from the road here were falling in, so it was a danger to them, so we pulled them out for safety, just to not get anyone hurt," said Greg Hoxie, LaFayette Fire Chief.
Investigators are now working to determine the cause.