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Fire burns through row homes in Jersey City
JERSEY CITY (WABC) -- A four alarm fire is blazing between a row of homes on Belmont Avenue in Jersey City, New Jersey.
The fire spread through six different homes. Residents went door to door saving eachother.
"I'm just cold and have been out here for 3 hours, but I'm just glad everyone made it out safe," said one resident.
The cause of the fire is not known at this time.
One firefighter suffered minor injuries.
Officials say 15-18 families have been displaced as a result of the damage. The Red Cross is helping place those families into shelters.
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