Massive fire tears via HBO miniseries set in Ulster County

ELLENVILLE, Ulster County (WABC) — A huge three-alarm fire ripped through a film set in Ulster County early Thursday.
The fireplace broke out at 613 Automotive, a used car dealership, on South Main Street in Ellenville around 1 a.M.
The area is getting used for an HBO miniseries, “I Know This Much Is True,” starring Mark Ruffalo and Melissa Leo.
No one became harm.
Some vintage vehicles have been believed to be on the dealership for the shoot at the time of the fireplace, and greater than 50 autos were destroyed.
There were also numerous explosions as the automobiles went up in flames.
The motive of the fireplace is unknown and under investigation, but it is believed to be accidental. Security defends posted on the web site known as 911.
“Everyone in Ellenville changed into excited about it,” dealership proprietor Levi Hecht stated. “Everybody changed into riding by and commenting, advantageous. It turned into bringing the existence returned to Ellenville.”
All the vehicles that have been gutted were brought in via HBO. The vehicles owned by way of the dealership had been moved off the website for filming.
Hecht said he plans to rebuild.
HBO released a declaration Thursday concerning the fireplace: “A hearth occurred remaining night at a place for HBO’s constrained series I KNOW THIS MUCH IS TRUE. Filming had concluded earlier inside the night and no one involved become injured. The fire is presently underneath investigation. We have temporarily suspended manufacturing and we assume to resume shortly.”

Paul Lo Duca spent 11 seasons in Major League Baseball catching for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Miami Marlins, New York Mets and Washington Nationals.
He has lots of stories to inform. And he loves telling them.
Lo Duca, 47, is now a horse racing analyst and part of “The Favorites Podcast.” During a current episode, he shared a story — we’ll notice, an unverified one — about umpire Joe West that particularly didn’t result in an ejection, but instead a twist related to a 1957 Chevy
The tale Lo Duca told if one desires to agree with it’s authentic, is acknowledged through Bob McManaman on the Arizona Republic. It befell a while inside the past due 2000s at some stage in a sport among the Mets and the Phillies.
Lo Duca units up inside
Lo Duca changed into catching with West in the back of the plate whilst Billy Wagner entered the game in alleviation. The met at the mound and Wagner gave his catcher a directive that left him incredulous.
The communication, per Lo Duca:
“[Wagner’s] like, ‘Hey, Joe’s at the back of the plate. Set up a pair extra inches inside. I became like, ‘Are you kidding me? Joe hates me.’ He’s like, ‘No, no, no, no, no, no. Joe loves me.’
“I move, ‘He hasn’t given us the nook all day.’ He’s like, ‘Don’t worry about it.’ He literally throws 10 pitches and strikes out 3 guys. Joe earrings up all 3 men. Eight out of the 9 pitches had been at least three to 4 inches inner, not even close. Guys have been throwing bats and the entirety. Joe walks off the field.”
Lo Duca was amazed West became so lenient on the quarter. This turned into the ump Lo Duca said tallied up 8 or nine of his 15 career ejections. He is a controversial discern who players have called “terrible” and executives have roasted.

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