Fire destroys mansion in Camden County
VOORHEES, NJ - March 22, 2008 (WPVI) -- It took less than an hour for a fire to reduce a mansion under construction to ashes.
Firefighters responded to the 100 block of Cooper Road in Voorhees, around two o'clock Saturday morning. Flames were tearing apart the structure.
Action News has learned that the home would have been valued at about two million dollars.
Investigators have labeled the fire suspicious. They have not yet determined what started the fire.
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