State police say two juveniles have been arrested after the fire that destroyed a laundromat in the village of Palmyra.
The fire, which leveled the Palmyra Coin-Op Laundry located on William Street, prompted a massive response from firefighters in Wayne County.
The 13- and 14-year-olds were issued appearance tickets returnable to Wayne County Probation.
They were charged with fourth-degree arson.
State police say they were assisted by the Palmyra Police Department and Wayne County Fire Investigation Team.
Palmyra Coin-Op Laundry on William St. destroyed in fire (video)
Several departments were called to a large fire at the Palmyra Coin-Op Laundry on William Street.
The fire caused minor damage to the neighboring museum. However, firefighters were able to protect the building.
The laundromat appears to be a total loss, according to first responders.
More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Multiple fire companies from Wayne County are on Williams St this morning extinguishing a fire at Palmyra Coin-Op Laundry. The laundromat is next to The Alling Coverlet Museum. A volunteer from the museum told me there’s minor damage to the museum and FFs were able to protect… pic.twitter.com/dsgNmNf4TD
— Rich Healey (@r_heals13) November 3, 2021
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