Former president Bill and Hillary Clinton‘s house in Chappaqua, New York has caught fire.
At the time of news breaking, it was unclear if the main house had caught on fire or if only a “garage or guest house” had been harmed, according to TMZ. According to later reports, the fire is believed to have started on the second floor of the structure.
The Chappaqua Fire Dept had been on the scene trying to control the fire.
A live video of the house can be watched below:
Bill & Hillary Clinton House Fire Updates
According to CBS, the fire had been extinguished around 3:15 PM, confirmed Sgt. Arthur Mendoza of the New Castle Police Department. Mendoza added that a caller had alerted authorities over the fire at around 2:51 PM; the caller’s identity is unknown at this time.
There are no reports of injuries and it was clarified that the fire occurred in a smaller house on the property, rather than the main house.