Penn Yan home destroyed by two fires over the weekend
Firefighters were called twice to battle a house fire over the weekend in Penn Yan.
Officials say that a home on Liberty Street caught fire around 6 p.m. on Friday, according to Finger Lakes News Radio.
The blaze then rekindled early-Saturday, forcing firefighters back to the blaze.
The home, however, was eventually destroyed by the repeated fires.
There’s been no official word on whether there were any injuries or to the cause of the blaze.
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