Firefighters in New York are responding to a fire at the home of Bill and Hillary Clinton. According to Kempter’s Fire Wire, the fire broke out on the second floor of a structure on the Clinton-owned property, but it is unclear if the fire is actually located inside their residence or if it is at a guest house or in a garage.
A short time ago, Kempter’s Fire Wire confirmed that the majority of the fire was under control.
“Chappaqua, 15 Old House Ln (Ex President Clinton House) 10-75 has been transmitted for a working fire. Mutual aid assigned. 100×75 2 story, wood fire on the 2nd floor with extension to the attic. Main body of fire knocked down. Crews checking for extension,” read the recent tweets.
It is unknown if the former president of the United States and his wife were home when the blaze broke out.
Below is the scanner audio, courtesy of Broadcastify.com. The fire was called in at 2:49 p.m. local time. The fire call starts around the 5:15 mark.
Emergency crews arrived at the home to battle the blaze. As you can see in the photo below, at least two ambulances were on the street outside the home. It is unknown if anyone was injured.
Below are some photos of the Clinton’s main residence, located at 15 Old House Lane, which they originally purchased in 1999. They remodeled the home in 2016 after buying the property next door and putting the two homes together to make an even bigger living space, according to TMZ.
The original 11-room colonial was worth around $1.7 million and had 5,300 square feet of living space.
For a look inside the home, check out the following video.
This story is developing.