An abandoned home that caught fire in Seatac overnight continued to burn Friday morning.
The fire at the home near South 200th Street and 14th Avenue South started sometime around 2:00 a.m.
Firefighters said flames shot out of the roof of the house when they arrived on scene.
Because the house is abandoned, they decided to let it burn.
A neighbor said he was concerned there might be someone inside.
"The house was fully engulfed. I broke down one of the windows, my buddy broke down the other window, we pryed down the door. It was just fully engulfed and there was no saving the house," said Joshua Gulling.
Investigators will spend the morning trying to figure out how the fire started.