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Fire burns through row of homes in New Jersey
ELIZABETH (WABC) -- A four-alarm fire burned through a row of homes in New Jersey Wednesday morning.
The fire broke out at one of the homes on Rebecca Place in Elizabeth just before 5:15 a.m. and quickly burned through the roof before spreading to at least three other homes.
The neighborhood is just south of Newark Liberty International Airport, near Elizabeth Avenue.
A massive fire department response battled chilly temperatures in battling the blaze. The fire was under control shortly after 6:30.
At least two dozen people were left homeless.
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