QUEENSBURY — Two individuals have been taken to Glens Falls Hospital after a hearth destroyed a home with a storage at 11 Pershing Highway in Queensbury on Sunday evening.
A person was trapped within the rear of the constructing, whereas a lady was outdoors when firefighters arrived, in line with First Assistant Chief Bryan Rainville of the Queensbury Central Volunteer Hearth Firm.
“Our crews made entry, and a short time later we discovered him outdoors within the backyard. He was capable of break himself free,” Rainville stated.
The person was transported to Glens Falls Hospital with non-life-threatening circumstances, Rainville stated. The lady was additionally transported to Glens Falls Hospital with non-life-threatening accidents.
Rainville didn’t remark additional on their medical situation. The names of the 2 residents weren’t disclosed.
“At this level, we don’t imagine it’s suspicious,” Rainville stated about the reason for the hearth.
A neighbor who lives on Pershing Highway stated the hearth began within the storage.
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The Queensbury Central Hearth Division responded to the scene at 10 p.m. Sunday, together with the West Glens Falls Hearth Division, Bay Ridge Volunteer Hearth Firm, South Queensbury Hearth Division and the Warren County Sheriff’s Workplace. The hearth was extinguished at round 2 a.m. Monday, Rainville stated.
Drew Wardle is a reporter for The Submit-Star. You may contact him at 518-681-7343 or electronic mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.