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Patchogue, Long Island, NY – Two Women Killed in Early Morning House Fire

Patchogue, Long Island, NY (March 11, 2019) – A fire was reported to have broken out early Monday morning, March 11th, that tragically resulted in the deaths of two women, according to authorities. The blaze was stated to have started around 1:30 a.m. at a home located on Sinn Street.

The fire was initially reported by a part-time resident of the home, who had arrived at the house to retrieve some belongings. Firefighters quickly responded and were able to pull one person, identified as a 47-year-old man, from the basement of the home. After gaining entry into the house, firefighters discovered two females identified as Brenda Richardson, 56, and Kimberly Bonsignore, 54, inside the home. Both women were tragically pronounced dead at the scene.

While the official cause of the fire is currently under investigation, authorities reported that there were no working smoke detectors inside the home. Three police officers were also confirmed to have suffered minor injuries during the incident.

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Patchogue, Long Island, NY – Two Women Killed in Early Morning House Fire

We would first like to offer our most genuine condolences and warmest thoughts and prayers to the loved ones of Brenda Richardson and Kimberly Bonsignore during this upsetting time. We also wish for the full recoveries of the other injured parties. Sadly, many fires and explosions in New York often prove to be catastrophically injurious or fatal, as they are one of the most hazardous situations that any person may encounter. It is extremely important to understand that, as the bereaved family or the victim, you may likely have serious rights following such an event.

At Hach & Rose, we realize that there is nothing as devastating as the sudden loss of a loved one, and nearly nothing as difficult as dealing with a sudden injury. We are here for you 24/7 to answer any questions you may have at this time. If you have lost a family member or suffered injuries in a New York fire or explosion, please don’t hesitate to call 212-779-0057 today.

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