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Injuries reported in Meadow Hill fire

TOWN OF NEWBURGH - Several occupants rescued from the home at 109 Coach Lane

 

Injuries reported in this 109 Coach Lane home in the Town of
Newburgh, which caught fire this morning. Several people in the house
and a police office are among those needing treatment at a hospital.

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