Fire Knocked Down at Abandoned Building on Amory Street

Firefighters survey the scene after knocking down a fire on Amory Street.

David Ertischek

Firefighters survey the scene after knocking down a fire on Amory Street.

A fire was knocked down at an abandoned warehouse building on Amory Street Monday afternoon.

The fire department received a call around 4 p.m. reporting that smoke was showing from the roof. Fire crews forced the vacant building’s doors open to ensure nobody was inside. No injuries were reported.

The building was already set to be demolished in December, according to Boston Fire Department Deputy Chief Jay Fleming, who was on the scene.

Channel 7 News tweeted a photo of fire crews at work at the building, which appears to have a partially collapsed roof.

Roads in the area are now reopened. Although the building is located close to the Stony Brook T station, the MBTA did not report any delays.

We will update as we learn more.