A portion of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s New York estate went up in flames Wednesday begging the question: What exactly got destroyed?
CHAPPAQUA, NY (INTELLIHUB) — A portion of the Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Westchester County estate caught fire Wednesday afternoon, according to intercepted Chappaqua Fire Department communications and one local report.
Firefighters were dispatched to the former President and Madam Secretary’s home where they managed to contain the fire sometime after 3:00 p.m. local time.
News 12 reporter Nadia Galindo tweeted: “Breaking: Multiple crews on the scene at @HillaryClinton house in
#Chappaqua fire is reportedly knocked down.”
— Nadia Galindo (@NadiaGalindoTV) January 3, 2018
As of yet, no injuries have been reported.
In 2016 the Clintons bought the adjacent property and home and adjoined the two into a single residence.
Update: “The wood fire began in the Secret Service facility on the Clintons property at 15 Old House Lane. The building was not connected to the Clintons; main home, according to Nick Merril, a spokesman for Hillary Clinton. The fire was called in at 2:51 p.m. according to New Castle Police,” DailyVoice.com reports.
Did Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton have their own house set ablaze today in order to hide evidence?
— Intellihub (@intellihubnews) January 3, 2018