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Seaford Home Damaged in Early Morning Fire

House on Hudson Avenue had lost power late Wednesday night and was unoccupied at time of blaze.

An Seaford home on Hudson Avenue that lost power late Wednesday night was damaged a few hours later during an early morning fire.

The fire broke out about 4:43 a.m. and was fought by the with mutual aid from firefighters at departments in , Massapequa and North Massapequa. Fire officials said they are trying to determine if a power failure that occurred at about 10:15 p.m. Wednesday and cut off electrical service contributed to the blaze. Residents of the home had left shortly before the power failure to stay with relatives.

The blaze was reported by a neighbor across from house who was awoken by his dog barking and with the smell of smoke, according to fire officials.

The Nassau County Fire Marshal's Office is conducting a routine investigation to determine the exact cause of the fire. There were no reported injuries. 

Just eight hours before the blaze broke out on Hudson Avenue, Seaford firefighters at a house on Parkview Avenue.

Michael March 30, 2012 at 01:13 PM
this family was a friend of mine, they have two small children including a 1 month old and lost everything. if anyoe wants to help out and donate clothes, diapers, gift cards...whatever, emial me at mdeluc8@yahoo.com anything that can help would be appreciated.

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