Monday, July 31, 2017

Lauren Manzo Scalia’s Hair Salon Temporarily Shut Down After Catching Fire!

It's been reported that Lauren Manzo Scalia's hair salon suffered from an electrical fire last weekend, which filled the building with “heavy smoke.” Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze in the Dobbs Ferry, New York, building on Saturday, according to PEOPLE.

The fire broke out in the electrical room of the corner building, located at the intersection of Cedar Street and Broadway. Scalia’s Fullblown hair salon is located on the ground floor of the mixed residential-retail building.

Dobbs Ferry Fire Chief Chris DeNike said that “upon arrival, we had heavy smoke condition from both sides, the apartment building side and Cedar Street,” according to LoHud.com.

Lia Cagliostro, who co-owns the salon with Scalia, told TMZ that the salon had to discard of all hairdryers, clips and brushes, which all smelled of smoke.

Hours after the fire, Scalia’s salon confirmed that the salon had “minimal damage” and the staff is safe.

“Hi guys! We are all safe & the salon has minimal damage thank you to all of our amazing clients who reached out! We will keep you all posted as soon as we know more! Our phones will be down for the next day,” the salon wrote on Facebook, and directed customers to contact them by email for appointments.



As of Friday, Fullblown’s answering machine said that the salon will be “out of power until the end of the week.”

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