By Steve Jellinek
A fire engulfed a Huntington Station apartment building in the afternoon on Nov. 13th and displaced 10-15 residents, fire officials said.
Frank McQuade, chief of the Huntington Manor Fire Department, said the department received an emergency call at 1:45 p.m. regarding a fire at 250 Lowndes Ave.
Huntington Manor, Huntington and Greenlawn fire departments responded and found that the fire was contained in the back bedroom of an apartment on the second-story of the four-unit duplex.
In addition to substantial damage from the fire, the building also suffered smoke and water damage, which displaced 10-15 building residents, McQuade said.
No injuries were reported.
The Suffolk Police Arson Squad and Huntington Fire Marshal were still investigating still investigating the cause of the fire as of Monday.