Fire in Brunswick tough to battle
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BRUNSWICK, N.Y. -- A narrow driveway makes things tough for firefighters in Rensselaer County.
Flames broke out Monday afternoon at a house on Garfield Road in Brunswick. Firefighters arrived to heavy smoke and flames coming through the roof and say it was a tough one to battle.
Eagle Mills Assistant Fire Chief Glenn Myers said, "There is no municipal water supply right here so we had to tank water from a hydrant source. You can see all the trucks laid out on the street, and because of the narrowness of the driveway, we had to use ATVs to get supplies up and down the driveway."
No one was hurt. The cause of the fire is under investigation.