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Fund established to aid homeowner displaced by fire

Kyle Hubbell’s home at 38 Ridge Avenue in  Warrensburg was gutted by fire early Monday Feb. 4. Hubbell was displaced by the fire, and a fund has been set up at a local bank to assist him in recovering from the loss.

Kyle Hubbell’s home at 38 Ridge Avenue in Warrensburg was gutted by fire early Monday Feb. 4. Hubbell was displaced by the fire, and a fund has been set up at a local bank to assist him in recovering from the loss. Photo by Thom Randall.

— The second floor of the home was gutted, as were portions of the first floor, which also suffered considerable water damage.

Temporarily, Hubbell is staying with his sister, Martha Smith on Diamond Point Road, he said, adding that he’d persevere one way or another.

“It could be a lot worse,” he said. “I’m living and breathing, and my dog is okay, and I’m thankful.”

Bradway said that citizens who seek to help out are welcome to send checks to: Kyle Hubbell Recovery Fund, Glens Falls National Bank, 3853 Main St. in Warrensburg.

Bank officials said that such identified donations can be delivered or sent to any branch of Glens Falls National.

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