Christmas Day fire rekindles today in ChittendenDecember 26,2013
Albert J. Marro / Staff Photo Volunteer firefighters from Chittenden, Pittsford and Rutland Town were back at the scene to battle a house fire Thursday morning off Sugarhouse Lane in Chittenden. The house is a rental property owned by the Newton Family. The initial fire was reported Wednesday, Christmas evening around 6. 12/26/13Volunteer firefighters from Chittenden, Pittsford and Rutland Town were back at the scene to battle a house fire this morning off Sugarhouse Lane in Chittenden. The house is a rental property owned by the Newton family. The initial fire was reported Wednesday, Christmas evening, around 6 p.m. No one was injured in either the initial fire, or when it rekindled today.
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