Schenectady building being torn down after fire

August 30, 2018 06:58 PM

SCHENECTADY - The building damaged by a fire at a convenience store in Schenectady overnight Tuesday into Wednesday is no longer.

Demolition crews tore down the building on Albany Street Thursday.

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During the fire, three firefighters were treated for heat exhaustion.

The Red Cross is helping a family of four who lived next door. The assistant fire chief tells NewsChannel 13 their apartment was damaged by debris that fell from the burning building.


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