Crews go to Work on a Fully Involved Vacant House Fire In Coram New York

Here is a video coming out of Coram, NY. The video shows crew operating at at vacant house that was fully involved. Multiple departments were called for mutual aid and assisted in brining this fire under control. No injuries were reported. This video was posted by Thomas Lambui and a description is below:

 

“House fire in Coram, Monday July 3, 2017
A suspicious fire broke out in a vacant house on Mill Road, n Teller Ave. and W. Yaphank Road, at approx. 11:20 p.m. Gordo
n Heights Fire Chief Chesley Ruffin was passing by and noticed smoke and flames emanating from the vacant structure and Chief Ruffin activated the 9-1-bewtwe1 system and the Coram Fire Dept. and SCPD 6th Pct. responded. Arson was called to the scene. The Middle Island, Selden, Gordon Heights, and Medford fire departments responded on mutual aid as well. No injuries were reported at this time.”

 

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