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Wilton bank reopens after 2017 fire

January 07, 2019 06:01 PM

WILTON - Nearly two years after an electrical fire destroyed a Saratoga County bank, it has been rebuilt and reopened.

A problem with an electrical outlet caused the Adirondack Trust Company branch on Route 9 in Wilton to go up in flames in the middle of a blizzard in March 2017.

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The rebuilt branch officially opened for business on Monday.

The bank says most of the staff from the original branch has returned to work there.

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