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Two Women Killed in Huntington Station House Fire

Suffolk County Police Homicide and Arson Squad detectives are investigating a house fire that killed two women in Huntington Station last night.

Second Precinct police officers and Huntington Manor firefighters responded to a house fire located at 122 4th Ave. at 11:42 p.m. When officers and firefighters arrived, they discovered Joseph Martinez, who escaped the fire from a basement window, outside the home. His mother, Reyna Paris, and sister, Rosemarie Martinez, who had Down syndrome, were discovered in separate bedrooms on the second floor.

All three victims were transported to Huntington Hospital. Paris, 64, and her daughter, 29, were pronounced dead at the hospital. Joseph Martinez, 29, was treated for minor injuries.

Several area fire departments assisted Huntington Manor Fire Department in extinguishing the blaze. The house was extremely cluttered which complicated the firefighting efforts.

A cause of the fire has not been determined.  Anyone with information about this fire is asked to call the Homicide Squad at 631-852-6392 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will remain confidential.


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2 comments to Two Women Killed in Huntington Station House Fire

  • Patriot

    All residential homes should have to have fire sprinklers installed!

  • @Patriot

    does yours have sprinklers? How much more regulation do you need in your life? Fire alarms are already required and that is enough.

    One fire and all of a sudden some jackass wants to regulate the other billions on the planet, must be a sprinkler salesman.

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