Second fire in a month breaks out at vacant bungalow development in Rockland County

Officials say the latest incident happened Wednesday morning in an abandoned development on Christa Lynn Drive in Hillcrest.

News 12 Staff

May 21, 2020, 10:41 AM

Updated 1,461 days ago

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There has been another fire in a vacant bungalow development in Rockland County.
Officials say the latest incident happened Wednesday morning in an abandoned development in Hillcrest.
Investigators are still trying to determine a cause, but tell News 12 that the fire does appear to be suspicious. 
Earlier this month, one person was killed when another bungalow in the same development went up in flames.
Police say the eight bungalows in the area are abandoned and uninhabitable, but have a long history with squatters.


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