UPDATE: Fire officials say a dog was killed in the house fire at 313 Third Ave. in the village of Frankfort Thursday morning.
The people who lived in the house were not home at the time the fire broke out, and no other injuries have been reported.
The Frankfort fire chief says the kitchen was gutted and there was a lot of damage on the first floor, but quick work from the responding fire departments prevented the fire from spreading to the second floor of the home.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation, but the chief says they believe the fire started in the kitchen.
FRANKFORT – No one was injured, but a dog died in a fire at 313 Third Ave., in Frankfort, around 10:00 this morning.
Several departments responded to the fire. They arrived to smoke pouring from the house. The fire chief believes the fire started in the kitchen, which was heavily damaged. Quick work by firefighters kept the fire from extending into the second floor. Fire officials say the home is likely unliveable, for now.
Firefighters from Frankfort, Frankfort Center, Mohawk, Ilion and Schuyler responded to the scene. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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