LAGRANGEVILLE, N.Y. -- LaGrange Volunteer Firefighters have contained a four-alarm fire that started early Sunday afternoon.
Firefighters were called to a large brush fire near Routes 55 and 82 in Lagrangeville shortly after noon on Sunday, a spokesman for the Dutchess County Sheriff's Department confirmed.
About 2 p.m., a fourth alarm blasted for additional help with multiple volunteer fire departments at the scene. Fire dispatchers were requesting a recall of Battalions 2 and 6 firefighters.
Earlier, all off-duty paid members were ordered to respond and help fight the brush fire.
New York State forest rangers will be monitoring the area this week, officials said.
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