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New Square, NY - Fire Damages Residential Building

Published on: May 5, 2011 10:25 PM
By: VIN News
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New Square, NY - A heavy fire has damaged a residential structure at 10 Bush Lane corner Clinton.

Fire Department and Hatzolah are on the scene for the fire on the top floor of the three story building.

No reports of anyone injured at this time. Arson investigator requested to respond to the scene.

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 May 06, 2011 at 03:22 AM alterknaker Says:

Oy vei, what's going on, hashem yishmor,


 May 06, 2011 at 08:55 AM Anonymous Says:

Arson.....I think right when the fire dept. realizes a fire was in a Jewish neighborhood he calls for the arson investigator. Cant blame him. Makes sense.


 May 06, 2011 at 02:10 PM chaim Says:

to #2 : The fire dept almost always call an arson investigator not only in jewish neighborhoods but everywhere anytime their is a real fire.


 May 06, 2011 at 02:44 PM New Square Says:

the Fire was on ari austerlitz house, the 1 who was a big protest at his house last year , its the same house, VIN had then article of it:


 May 06, 2011 at 05:52 PM chaim Says:

from ncp:
A fire ripped through a New Square building Thursday night, heavily damaging the structure.

Hillcrest volunteer firefighters battled the blaze at 10 Bush Lane, at Clinton Lane, with the assistance of Spring Valley and New City volunteers, and with assistance at the scene from New Square Emergency Services.

Hillcrest firefighters said they were called to the building at 9:42 a.m. and within a few minutes a call went out for assistance from Spring Valley firefighters. The New City Fire Department's ladder truck was called in to assist in putting out the last elements of the fire.

Hillcrest fire officials estimated 100 firefighters were involved in battling the blaze, which took until about 11 p.m. to extinguish. The fire destroyed the top floor of the building, with flames soaring through the roof.

Rockland County Fire Coordinator Gordon Wren Jr., also a Hillcrest volunteer firefighter, said members of New Square Emergency Services did an excellent job with crowd control, controlling the fire scene and assisting Hillcrest firefighters who were in command of the emergency operations


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