GLOVERSVILLE — Fire crews spent nearly two hours on Tuesday night putting out a structure fire in a vacant Gloversville building.
Fire battalions from both of the Glove Cities arrived at 66 W. Pine Street at 7:42 p.m. The two-story unit was under renovation at the time of the blaze.
No firefighters were injured.
“We went right into the second floor with the line to extinguish the fire,” said Gloversville Fire Chief Thomas Groff.
The second floor experienced heat, smoke and water damage, according to a press release.
The cause is still being probed by both Gloversville and Johnstown fire authorities. Malintent is currently unlikely, according to Groff.
Gloversville police and the Greater Amsterdam Volunteer Ambulance Corps Inc. assisted on the scene.
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