Crews extinguish fire inside Mount Vernon apartment on North Terrace Avenue

The fire began in a first-floor apartment where

The fire began in a first-floor apartment where the superintendent lives. He was not inside when it started, but helped evacuate tenants from the building. (Credit: News 12)

MOUNT VERNON - A Mount Vernon apartment went up in flames Tuesday morning at 631 North Terrace Ave.

The fire began in a first-floor apartment where the superintendent lives. He was not inside when it started, but helped evacuate tenants from the building.

One firefighter was hurt while putting out the flames.

Investigators are searching for what may have sparked the fire.

Firefighters were able to rescue the superintendent's cat.

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