Update: Deadly fire rips through New York assisted living facility | NewsNOW from FOX

At least one resident is dead and a firefighter is unaccounted for in a massive blaze that continues to burn at a senior-living facility in Rockland County. Video from the scene at the 200-capacity Evergreen Court Home for Adults in Spring Valley shows the fire engulfing the building. 20- 25 residents had to be rescued. There were 125 seniors living at the facility but it was not clear how many were home at the time of the fire, said Rockland County Fire Coordinator Chris Kear. A portion of the large structure collapsed. It was unclear if anyone was trapped inside. There were unconfirmed reports of an explosion after the fire broke out just before 1 a.m. Two firefighters were injured including one firefighter who suffered a heart attack and was taken to a local hospital. One of the injured was treated and released. The resident who died was declared dead at the hospital. The identity had not yet been released.

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