Police and firefighters were called to Youngstown’s Southside where flames poured from a house early Tuesday.

Dispatchers were told that the two-story home was burning on Neilson Avenue between Kent and Pointview Avenues just after 6:30 a.m.

A crew from FirstEnergy was called out because live power lines had fallen from the house.

Investigators say the one person living at the home wasn't injured.

Firefighters declared the home as unlivable and called a company to board up the windows and doors.

21 News is working to find what caused the fire.