UPDATE: A spokesperson for the Clintons confirmed that a "small fire" broke out at the family compound today in a Secret Service Facility, and neither Bill nor Hillary were home at the time. "All is ok!" the rep insisted.
Bill and Hillary Clinton's Upstate New York house caught on fire Wednesday, and RadarOnline.com has exclusive details about the scary situation.
Police were called to their Chappaqua residence at 2:50 PM on Jan. 3 where firefighters and police were fighting the fire and ensuring everyone evacuates the area safely.
"Firefighters were out fighting the fire," Officer Mendoza of the New Castle police department told Radar exclusively. "We don't know if the fire has been set or the cause of the fire just yet, we are still investigating"
Police could not confirm if anyone was at the residence at the time, but Hillary was spotted out in New York a few days ago.
According to Officer Mendoza, it was a "small fire," and the flames are no longer active. "The fire was out at 3:17 pm."
"Everything is under control," the New Castle police assured.
According to the police scanner, the fire reportedly took place in an upstairs bedroom.
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