Corfu fire allegedly caused by teens smoking, improperly disposing of cigarettes
The Sheriff's Office reports this morning that Thursday's fire in Village of Corfu, which damaged the former Pizza Pantry building at 10 Main St., possibility erupted after two teens inadequately disposed of cigarettes.
The press release says that further investigation may result in the teens being petitioned to Genesee Family Court.
The fire started at the rear of the building.
Fire units from Corfu, Pembroke, East Pembroke, City of Batavia, Oakfield, Darien, Alden, Crittenden and Akron responded to the blaze.
Two firefighters reportedly suffered minor injuries.