DEVELOPING: Firefighters in Alex Bay battling house fire
Firefighters in Alexandria Bay are battling an 'intense' house fire in the freezing cold weather this morning for five hours as of 11:15 a.m. Alexandria Fire Department's First Assistant Chief Robert Service II said the 66 Church St. building's two occupants - property owner Davod S. Imdad and his teenage son - were able to make it out alive.
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#1 Dec 16, 2013
I woke up around 7 this morning to feed my son and saw all of the fire trucks around their house. I live across the street and a few buildings down from them and saw everything that was happening. The smell of smoke was really strong and filled our apt and we never even opened the windows. I took a few pictures as well. I'm glad everyone made it out safely though.
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