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Bedford Hills man grateful for first responders following dramatic house fire rescue

Bodycam footage released by Bedford Town Police shows first responders saving Marc White's wife and his two young sons, ages 9 and 10.

Jade Nash

Jun 1, 2024, 8:48 PM

Updated 20 days ago


Marc White was working overnight Friday when he received a phone call from his wife – she said their Bedford Hills house was on fire. He is a longtime resident at 38 Park Ave.
"My wife says the house is on fire," White said. "I work overnight at Whole Foods in Chappaqua, so I left work, [and] I called 911."
The dramatic rescue left White emotional.
"The fact that we're right here... the police – everybody saved my family. I could have nothing," White said.
After the rescue, White's loved ones then went to the hospital for treatment. Everyone is stable.
"They should be getting discharged today," White said.
He said many of his family's belongings got burned in the fire and estimates that it will be 3-6 months before his family can move back in.
"It's not going to be easy. I know that's for sure," White said. "But we'll get through it."
He said they're staying at a nearby hotel until they hear otherwise.
During his interview with News 12, White was informed that his children were cleared to be discharged from the hospital.

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