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Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano announced on Monday that the county will be providing three additional nights of temporary housing at area hotels, starting Monday, March 13. This assistance comes after the American Red Cross was unable to provide lodging for the residents.
"Our residents experienced heartbreak this week with the loss of their home and personal belongings," said Mayor Spano. "Thanks to County Executive George Latimer and our continued partnership with the County, these families can rest a little easier knowing they have a place to rest their heads, allowing them the time needed to start rebuilding their lives in the days ahead. We continue to pray for the families and the life lost from this tragic event."
County Executive George Latimer commented, "Westchester County stands with the residents of 671 Bronx River Road who suffered immeasurable loss earlier this week. We know that the road to rebuild their homes will be long, but we want them to know we are with them and we will help them in every way we can. I thank Mayor Mike Spano for his leadership during this difficult time for his city."
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The City of Yonkers' Disaster Relief Fund initially provided temporary housing for those affected by the fire, while Cluster Community Services funded two additional nights through Sunday, March 12. Westchester County's assistance allows these residents to stay at their hotels through Thursday, March 16.
671 Bronx River Road is a seven-story 95-unit cooperative in Yonkers which was evacuated at 1AM on March 8 after reports of a fire. Approximately 65 people were sheltered in Scotti Community Center north of the fire scene with assistance from Office of Emergency Management and other City agencies. Fire Departments from other jurisdictions assisted with mutual aid to combat the general alarm fire which was brought under control hours later; dozens of firefighters and several residents suffered non-life-threatening injuries; however, one 67-year-old male resident succumbed to injuries caused by the fire.
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