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Officials say they are investigating the blaze as a possible arson. State police say such investigations typically take a few days to complete.
Westmoreland County Sheriff C.O. Balderson said a call came into dispatch at 3:58 a.m. saying that a school building was engulfed in flames.
The building was once the old Colonial Beach High School. It was last used as a middle school, but was condemned after the earthquake. At the time of the fire, it was being used as a storage facility.
Video above by gesellmorgan of a fire early this morning at the old Colonial Beach Elementary School in Colonial Beach, Virginia. Here's the description with the video:
Building over 100 years old and condemned after it was damaged by the rare Virginia Earthquake, Hurricane Irene, and Tropical Storm Lee in 2011.
A fire at the old Colonial Beach Elementary School is currently not clear and not safe, according to firefighters.
Nearby residents and visitors are being urged to stay away from the scene to prevent any injuries and to help maintain traffic control.
Units are responding from all surrounding areas, including fire boat units from Charles County to assist with water supply. Traffic
Hours of investigation are ahead, and there are still no details as to the cause of the fire.
Officials tell us this all started around 3 a.m. Sunday at an elementary school that was once the Old Colonial Beach High School.
At this time they are saying no one has been injured and they are still monitoring hot spots.