A fire was spotted outside of RFK Stadium on Tuesday.
BuzzFeed's Ellie Hall posted a picture of smoke emanating from the building, which used to host the Washington Commanders, Nationals, and D.C. United.
According to the DC Fire and EMS Twitter page, the fire department "located several fires" inside the facility. No injuries have been reported.
Onlookers reacted to the situation as it unfolded.
"RFK will only go, if it should ever leave us, on its own terms," USA Today's Emily Olson wrote on Twitter.
"Well this is a metaphor for a lot of things," CNN anchor Kasie Hunt said. "Praying no one gets hurt."
"Does this signal a new Washington sports team?" Gary Grumbach of NBC News asked.
"The black smoke means the Commanders elected a new owner," wrote Bleacher Report's Rob Goldberg.
Opened in 1961, RFK Stadium has clearly seen better days. From the looks of the video, it hasn't received much upkeep during years of inactivity.
Hopefully everyone at near the area is OK following the fires.