Fire Reported at Bill and Hillary Clinton's New York Home

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No injuries, including to firemen, have been reported.

A police sergeant confirmed that a fire broke out and was extinguished at a small building on the property of Bill and Hillary Clinton's home in Chappaqua, New York, on Wednesday.

According to New Castle Police Department Sergeant Arthur Mendoza, there was a fire in the structure at 15 Old House Lane and no one, including firemen, was reported injured. The fire is out now, according to Mendoza.

On Wednesday Clinton spokesperson Nick Merrill tweeted that the fire began in a Secret Service facility on the property that was not connected to the Clinton home.

The Clintons bought the 19th century home in 1999 for $1.7 million and have lived there for the last 19 years.

Jan. 3, 2:31 p.m. Updated with Clinton spokesperson tweet.