The Clintons were the latest victims as fires continue to spring up around New York. A fire broke out at the longtime remote Westchester home of Bill and Hillary Clinton on Wednesday afternoon, according to officials.
The fire began around 2:50 pm, and it was small and extinguished fairly quickly around 3:15 pm, local police officials said. It was not immediately clear if the Clintons were at their longtime Chappaqua residence, which is just north of New York City. Nick Merrill, a spokesman for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, said the blaze broke out in a Secret Service facility that’s not connected to the main house. According to NBC New York, the fire was on the second floor of a detached garage and spread to the attic. No injuries were reported, a spokesman for the New Castle Police Department confirmed to the Daily News.