WEST SENECA, NY (WIVB) - A small kitchen fire in the six-story Staybridge Suites in West Seneca sent some guests scrambling this morning.
West Seneca dispatch says that around 10 a.m. a fire started in a kitchen on the third-floor of the extended-stay hotel.
The fire set off the sprinkler alarm system on the third-floor and according to dispatch, "due to the aggressiveness of the system there was water damage to the floors below."
The front desk told News 4 that most guests were unaffected. At 1 p.m an inspector was going room by room to assess damages.
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