Endicott Firefighters Find Woman’s Body in Burning House
Authorities are investigating the death of a woman whose body was discovered after a fire erupted in an Endicott home.
The Endicott Police Department is investigating a fatal house fire that occurred at 100 Taylor Avenue in the Village of Endicott.
The blaze at 100 Taylor Avenue on the village's North Side was reported around 8:25 a.m. Wednesday. A neighbor spotted smoke coming from the two-story house.
The fire was in a front bedroom on the second floor of the structure.
The woman's body was found lying in a bed. The fire was confined to the one room, although there was smoke and water damage to other sections of the house.
The blaze was knocked down within 15 minutes. The woman was the only occupant of the house. There were no reported injuries to firefighters.
Endicott police chief Patrick Garey was unable to comment on the situation at the scene of the fire.
The house is located in the village of Endicott, just west of the town of Union line.
The cause of the fire and the cause of the woman's death are under investigation.
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