Four teens are facing arson charges after a massive blaze destroyed a historic train station in Delray Beach Tuesday, officials said.
Delray Beach Fire Rescue officials said the fire was reported at the station on Depot Avenue around 10 a.m.
When crews responded, smoke and flames were seen coming out of the structure, which is no longer in use, officials said.
Footage showed multiple fire trucks at the scene spraying water onto the building, which suffered major damage.
Palm Beach County Fire Rescue assisted in the fire, which took hours to control. One firefighter who suffered burns to his neck and ears while battling the fire was hospitalized and later released.
Officials said a 911 caller reported seeing four teen boys running from the station after the fire started, and police were able to use surveillance footage to identify the teens.
The four juveniles were found at Atlantic Community High School, where they're students. All four are facing burglary and arson charges, and were taken to a juvenile assessment center.
The train station was built in 1927 and in operation until 1991, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The city bought the structure in 2005 and had discussed setting aside $325,000 for renovations, but the building was being used for storage.
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