06 Jan

Fire Breaks Out at Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Home in Westchester

***Embargo New York*** A fire was reported on January 3, 2018 at a New York home associated with Bill and Hillary Clinton. According to the New Castle Police Department, nobody was injured.

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.

The Clintons have been living at the five-bedroom home for nearly two decades. They bought their first home in Chappaqua – a hamlet in the Westchester County town of New Castle, N.Y. – in 1999 for $1.7 million. The couple bought a three-bedroom property next door in 2016.

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