Two overnight fires breakout in Troy
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TROY, N.Y. -- Two overnight fires, within just one block, kept fire crews busy in Troy. According to firefighters, one of them is considered suspicious.
The first fire broke out at 29 Park Avenue near the corner of Cragin Avenue. Fire Chief Tom Garrett said that one is suspicious. But right now, they do not know if it is connected to last week's suspicious fires.
The other fire was 3253 Sixth Avenue near Glen Avenue. One woman living in that home tells us she doesn't think this is just a coincidence.
"There's been a lot of fires in the neighborhood, I don't know, it's not accidental, that's for sure. So it's probably someone going around starting fires. I'm just happy everybody got out of the house safe and everybody's alive. That my main concern," said Maribel Robbins, resident.
Police said that there are no injuries, but still do not have any word on the cause.