A fire broke out at the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe in Shoreham, NY on Tuesday. The call came in at 4:49 p.m. regarding a fire at a building at the intersection of Robinson and Tesla Street in East Shoreham. The fire was confirmed by the Shoreham Fire Co. #3, but the extent of the damage had not yet been determined.
Residents expressed sadness at the blaze and the devastating impact it could have on the historical site. Tracey Farrell, who is known for her advocacy for preserving historical sites, commented on the fire, expressing her sorrow for the loss and the historical significance of the center.
The Tesla Science Center holds significant historical value as it is the site of scientist Nikola Tesla’s last remaining laboratory. The center has been instrumental in advancing scientific knowledge and has played an important role in shaping our understanding of technology and innovation.
As more details become available, this is a developing story and updates will be provided. Check back for more information on the situation.