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Fire destroys Burnt Hills bowling alley

Burnt Hill Lanes is nothing but cinder and ash after a blaze razed the building early Sunday morning. Here, Saratoga County Fire servicemen shovel through the debris.
Burnt Hill Lanes is nothing but cinder and ash after a blaze razed the building early Sunday morning. Here, Saratoga County Fire servicemen shovel through the debris.
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Dozens of firefighters worked through the early hours Sunday morning to put out a raging fire that reduced Burnt Hills Lanes to rubble. It took 50 to 75 firefighters from five departments three hours to get the blaze under control, according to Burnt Hills Fire Chief Steve Peterson. “The call came in at 1:27 and reported flames going through the roof, and that was true when I got here,” he said. According to the bowling ...


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hansonfamily
January 12, 2014
7:31 a.m.

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After all the work that Mike Scaccia, his family and his friends have put into this place, this is just sad to hear.

Elizabeth
January 12, 2014
7:54 a.m.

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So many memories of fun times bowling there when I went to Burnt Hills schools. I knew the Schaivo family when they owned the place. Very sad news.

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