Arrival video, above, from Patrick Cubillos, taken during what became a four-alarm fire yesterday (Sunday) in Yonkers, New York.
A 4-alarm fire damaged three houses on Herriot Street and displaced nearly 20 residents on Sunday.
According to fire department officials, the fire broke out shortly after 2 p.m. at 53 Herriot St., with the fire spreading to the neighboring homes on either side.
Monday morning, Yonkers Fire Department Deputy Chief Thomas Fitzpatrick said 53 Herriot St. and 55 Herriot St. will be demolished. The demolitions will probably take a couple of days, he said. While 51 Herriot St. was saved, it has significant water and smoke damage. Fitzpatrick said the cause of the blaze is still under investigation.