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Yorktown Home Damaged in Early Morning Fire
An early morning fire left a house damaged in Yorktown Heights.
The blaze broke out around 4:53 a.m. at the home at 1600 Summit Street. Two residents at the home were able to safely evacuate.
Officials say the fire was extinguished within 15 minutes.
According to firefighters, the blaze occurred in a section of the second floor and was largely contained to the area. But, while the fire itself was contained, firefighters were forced to make a hole in the roof for ventilation.
There's no official caus at this point, but authorities believe it was most likely accidental.
There were no injuries.
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