CLEVELAND -- No cause has been determined after a vacant building on Madison Avenue caught fire early Saturday about 5:30 a.m.
The building was a warehouse in the nine-building complex that was the former Dickey-Grabley Machine Company.
It was put out within three hours and the roads in the area reopened about 6:30 a.m.
The roof of the warehouse did collapse.
At least 11 fire companies were involved in fighting the fire. There was some smoke damage to a few of the other buildings, including one building where boats, cars and RVs are stored.