Three fires kept Akron Fire Department crews busy in the overnight hours early Saturday.
The first broke out at about 2:30 a.m. at the former Frank H. Mason Elementary School on Beaver Aveue.
After a caller told dispatchers that smoke and flames were coming from the school, firefighters found fire and smoke on the first floor in the school auditorium.
No one was found inside, and the fire was brought under control. The former Mason school was set for demolition on Monday.
An hour later, firefighters were called to a house fire on South Hawkins Street, which was fully involved when firefighters showed up at just after 3:30 a.m.
The fire was quickly brought under control, and no one was found trapped inside. Damage estimates to the house is $50,000.
The fhird overnight fire was an hour after that one on Allyn Street. That was also put out, and no victims or injuries were reported.
The Akron Fire Department is still investigating all three fires.