HOPEFUL VILLAGE — A fire broke out at the residence of a Starbucks executive early on Friday.
The Madison Avenue mansion, which measures 6,300 square feet, caught fire. When firefighters arrived at the scene at 1:35 a.m., the building was completely engulfed in flames. Numerous New Jersey and Pennsylvania municipalities sent units and tankers to help.
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In around three hours, the fire was contained.
According to one of the responding fire units, the Lawrence Road Fire Co., the residence is a total loss. Neither the firefighters nor the people inside the property suffered any injuries during the blaze.
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The exact number of casualties and whether or not anyone was home at the time of the blaze are unknown. MidJersey.news stated that there were vehicles parked in the driveway at the time of the blaze.
On Monday, Hopewell Township Police Chief James J. Rosso told New Jersey 101.5 that the cause of the fire was still unknown. He will not elaborate on the fire in any further detail.
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According to Realtor.com, the residence is worth about $1.3 million. Included in its 2002 construction are a three-car garage, five bathrooms, and a patio that is partially covered for outdoor use.
According to the property tax documents, George Dowdie and Donna Chance are legal homeowners. Dowdie joined Starbucks in 2013, and she is now the executive vice president of the global supply chain.
Bloomberg claims that Dowdie has already announced his resignation effective at the end of the year.
Dowdie is also a member of Conagra Brands’ Board of Directors.