Firefighters responded to a fire at Bill and Hillary Clinton’s home on Wednesday afternoon. The home, which they've lived in for nearly 20 years, is located in Chappaqua, New York.
According to People, police in New Castle, New York, confirmed reports that there was a fire at the Clintons’ home. The police declined to give any further details.
The same news outlet said that, according to scanner reports, the fire was in a bedroom. It has reportedly since been extinguished.
Nadia Galindo of News12WC also reported that the fire had been “knocked down.”
Fox News field producer Tamara Gitt reported that, according to New Castle police, there was a fire on Old House Lane in Chappaqua. At first, it was reported that "the fire is not at [the Clintons’] main residence … could be the next door property they bought last year or another structure.”
However, later updates reported that the fire did take place in the main house. The call about the fire came in at 2:51pm. The fire was extinguished at 3:17. No injuries have been reported.
The Clintons bought the 15 Old House Lane in 1999 for $1.7 million. In the fall of 2016, the Clintons bought the four-bedroom house next door, at 33 Old House Lane, for $1.16 million. It was reportedly intended to house White House staff after Hillary assumed she would be elected president.
More details will be added as they become available.