Volunteer firefighters were battling a raging house fire Tuesday night on Truman Avenue off Washington Avenue, the village’s main access road. The Journal News reported that one person was reported injured.
A billowing cloud of dark gray smoke covered the neighborhood as bright red flames shot from the two-story house at 12 Truman Ave., near Eisenhower Avenue. The smoke was visible from the Palisades Interstate Parkway.
The fire ate away at the house, destroying the structure while the intense heat melted the siding. Some walls were gutted and holes were seen in the roof.
The fire was reported before 6:08 p.m.
Hatzolah and Spring Hill ambulance corps were on the scene. There was one reported injury, but no details. No firefighters were reported hurt and unknown if anyone was in the house when the fire erupted.
The fire is believed to have started near the side of the house by a sukkah.
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