Fire officials are still investigating a blaze that tore through a historic home in September.
A two-alarm fire gutted the former 1700s farmhouse at 90-11 56th Ave. at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 8, destroying the top floor's white mansard roof and dormer windows.
A spokesman for the FDNY said Monday it's is still under investigation — although "the cause of the fire is considered to be incendiary."
According to the Bureau of Fire Investigations, "incendiary" could mean fire caused by combustible material, ignitable liquid, fireworks, a torch, reckless use of an open flame, combustible gas, attempted arson, explosives, suicide, attempted suicide or self immolation.
There are still people who want to save it. Including Danny Dromm! Who would have thought?