WILTON, N.Y. (AP) — Fire officials in Saratoga County are trying to determine what caused a bank to go up in flames in the middle of Tuesday's snowstorm.

WNYT-TV in Albany reports (http://bit.ly/2mNh7I4 ) the Adirondack Trust Co. branch on Route 9 in the town of Wilton had closed early Tuesday afternoon because of the severe weather. The blaze broke out about an hour later and fully engulfed the building, which was gutted by the flames.

Firefighters from five departments battled the blaze in blizzard conditions.

No one was injured.

Bank officials say the fire's cause may have been electrical in nature but what started the blaze is being investigated.


Information from: WNYT-TV, http://www.wnyt.com

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