Three people were killed after an abandoned house in Queens was ravaged by a two-alarm fire late Thursday.

Fire officials told the New York Post that all three male victims had been squatting in the house on Farmers Boulevard near 110th Road on Jamaica when the blaze started around 11:55 p.m.

Firefighters found the first victim on the first floor, while the other two were at the second floor of the structure.

A firefighter douses a smoldering home during the Hillside Fire in the North Park neighborhood of San Bernardino, California on October 31, 2019. A firefighter douses a smoldering home during the Hillside Fire in the North Park neighborhood of San Bernardino, California on October 31, 2019. Photo: AFP / Josh Edelson

All three were “unconscious and unresponsive” when they were discovered, said PIX 11.

The men were pulled out of the burning building and was later pronounced dead. Their identities were not immediately known, the outlet added.

More than 100 firefighters helped in extinguishing the fire.

Sources also told the New York Daily News that four firefighters suffered minor injures while dousing the fire, including one that fell through the first floor and on to the house's basement.

He was transported to North Shore University Hospital for treatment.

Authorities said Con Edison had not supplied power to the house for about two years and was supposed to be vacant.

Meanwhile, residents who live near the house believed that the men sought shelter from the cold and had decided to make it their refuge.

The fire was brought under control at around 1:35 a.m. Friday.