PITTSTOWN, NY (NEWS10) – Crews are investigating a fully involved two-alarm structure fire that occurred overnight at a vacant building on Tory Hill Road in Pittstown.
Seven fire departments were called in to help put out the blaze.
According to the Pittstown Fire Chief, the fire was put out in about one hour. The chief also said the fire was difficult to get to because the property had overgrown grass.
The building was burnt to the ground and is a total loss.
The cause of this fire is unknown.
Rensselaer County Sheriff’s and Fire Investigators will be conducting a search when there is daylight.
News10ABC has a crew on the scene and will bring you live updates throughout the morning.