Bill and Hillary Clinton are back in the headlines.
But it wasn’t for a scandal.
There was a serious emergency at their house that just changed everything.
A fire broke out at the Clinton home in Chappaqua, New York.
The Clintons purchased the home in 1999 so Hillary could establish residency in New York ahead of her 2000 Senate campaign.
Authorities were alerted to a fire that broke out in the Secret Service building which is located behind the home.
The Daily Caller reports:
“The fire occurred in a bedroom and has since been extinguished, according to police scanner reports obtained to Lohud.com.
Hillary returned to her home in the tony New York suburb of Chappaqua, which she paid $1.7 million for in 1999, to convalesce following her 2016 electoral defeat.
Hillary and Bill, who are both often sighted walking their dog around town, received a warm welcome during Chappaqua’s Memorial Day parade roughly six months after she lost the presidential election. The former secretary of state has attracted a great deal of public scrutiny for the revelations included in her recently released tell all book “What Happened,” in which she disparaged a number of fellow Democrats.”
#BREAKING: Firefighters responding to a fire at Bill and Hillary Clinton's house in Chappaqua.
— lohud.com (@lohud) January 3, 2018
Emergency vehicles on Old House Lane responding to fire at Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Home in Chappaqua. pic.twitter.com/IGYiOtY3LN
— Marcus Solis (@MarcusSolis7) January 3, 2018
No one was home and no injuries were reported.
That was good news.
We will keep you up to date if there are any new developments in this story.