ATTICA, N.Y. (WIVB) - Firefighters were called out around 5:30 a.m. Monday to fight a fire on Exchange Street, in Attica. The residents of the home, two adults and two children, made it out of the home safely.
Two dogs and one cat also made it out safely, while another cat did not make it out of the home.The house is a complete loss, and the Red Cross has been called in to help the family.
Fire Chief Terry Snyder said, “They're very lucky, they're very lucky they got out. I guess there were smoke detectors and they were working.”
A fire official says a Halloween decoration may have caused the flames to spark. Firefighters from Wyoming and Genesee Counties battled the fire.
State Police need your help finding a missing woman last seen leaving M&T Bank on Main Street in Clarence this past Monday.
Police in Lockport say they have taken action after a threat was posted on a social media site from a student threatening to bring a gun to North Park School.
State Police are thanking News 4 viewers for helping them locate a man who allegedly hit a mother with his pickup truck as she loaded her two children into her vehicle and then fled the scene.
Lake Effect Snow Warnings today with the chance for an additional foot for some areas.
Nushawn Williams is still being held under the state's civil confinement law. He returned to court Thursday where a judge will soon rule on the type of restrictions Williams will face.
The robberies happened between August and early November. Prosecutors say all three used notes threatening the use of weapons.