Middletown home destroyed by fire

A two-story house was severely damaged after a fast-moving fire in Orange County. Fire officials say the flames sparked around midnight on Wisner Avenue in

Officials say the flames sparked around midnight on Wisner Avenue in Middletown.

Officials say the flames sparked around midnight on Wisner Avenue in Middletown. (11/7/16)

MIDDLETOWN - A two-story house was severely damaged after a fast-moving fire in Orange County.

Fire officials say the flames sparked around midnight on Wisner Avenue in Middletown. They say one firefighter was treated for a minor burn injury.

The lone resident of the house was not home at the time of the fire, but a dog was rescued.

There is no word yet about the cause of the fire.

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