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Overheated circuit blamed for Schenectady fire

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An overheated electrical circuit was the cause of a fire this afternoon in Schenectady. Fire broke out just after 5 p.m. at 212 Rosa Road. When firefighters arrived, there was smoke showing in the eaves and on the second-floor siding, according to Deputy Fire Chief Vincent Krawiecki. The blaze started in the circuit for a chandelier in the dining room and was knocked down in 15 to 20 minutes, Krawiecki said. One firefighter slipped on ...


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