There were no additional injuries reported in the , said the Friday.
The fire, which broke out early Wednesday, caused burns to one female victim’s arms, said First Assistant Chief Matt Venturino. She was transported by Glen Cove EMS to Nassau University Medical Center Burn Unit.
On hand were two Glen Cove EMS ambulances and a first responder truck, said Venturino, who was also at the scene. Bayville Fire Company provided an additional ambulance for firefighter rehab and support.
The blaze originated from a second story kitchen around 9:17 a.m. and was put out “quickly," said Chief Anthony Tripp. Firefighters used a ladder to reach the upper floors from the exterior of the house.
The burn victim and her husband were most likely making breakfast when the fire started, according to neighbors. However, the true cause of the fire is still unknown.
The was also among the responders. Two shelter volunteers were seen bringing out small crates from the house. The couple owned multiple cats, said neighbors.
The animal shelter could not be reached for comment.