September 1, 2006
Albany -- A South Albany house that previously caught fire, burned again Thursday night. Fire gutted the house in the 600 block of Bobbit Drive.
The house, owned by Anderson Reality, has been vacant since July 13th, when its kitchen was damaged by fire.
People in the neighborhood told firefighters they saw children playing inside the vacant house just before it caught fire. This fire caused about $25,000 in damage.
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