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Car Fire Spreads To Mount Kisco House

A car fire swiftly spread to a Mount Kisco home that was under renovation.
A car fire swiftly spread to a Mount Kisco home that was under renovation. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department
A car fire swiftly spread to a Mount Kisco home that was under renovation.
A car fire swiftly spread to a Mount Kisco home that was under renovation. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department
A car fire swiftly spread to a Mount Kisco home that was under renovation.
A car fire swiftly spread to a Mount Kisco home that was under renovation. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department
The rear of a Mount Kisco home sustained damage when a car fire spread to the structure.
The rear of a Mount Kisco home sustained damage when a car fire spread to the structure. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department
The rear of a Mount Kisco home sustained damage when a car fire spread to the structure.
The rear of a Mount Kisco home sustained damage when a car fire spread to the structure. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department
Fire crews had the Mount Kisco blaze under control after approximately an hour.
Fire crews had the Mount Kisco blaze under control after approximately an hour. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department
The rear of a Mount Kisco home sustained damage when a car fire spread to the structure.
The rear of a Mount Kisco home sustained damage when a car fire spread to the structure. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department
Fire crews had the Mount Kisco blaze under control after approximately an hour.
Fire crews had the Mount Kisco blaze under control after approximately an hour. Photo Credit: Bedford Hills Fire Department

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - The rear of a Mount Kisco home sustained serious damage on Wednesday after a car fire spread to the property and quickly ignited.

At approximately 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, members of the Mount Kisco Fire Department were dispatched to Laurel Drive, where there was a reported motor vehicle fire that had extended to the structure, which was undergoing renovations.

According to Assistant Fire Chief Alexander Dennett, first responders arrived at the scene within minutes, confirmed the fire and requested the Bedford Hill F.A.S. Team. Crews quickly cleared a previous residential alarm and made their way to Laurel Drive.

Dennett said that with the help of volunteers from Bedford Hills, crews were able to remove plywood from the windows and doors of the residence, which is under renovation, and the fire was under control approximately an hour after receiving the call. The cause of the fire was not immediately clear.

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