Luxury New Jersey Apartment Complex Destroyed in Massive Fire

22 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Roads, schools closed as Edgewater fire continues to rage.

A massive fire ripped through a New Jersey apartment complex Wednesday night, leaving hundreds homeless, including famed New York Yankees radio announcer John Sterling. “I was walking down one of the long hallways and I opened a door,” he said. “The smoke was so bad, I couldn’t even see. So I said, ‘I’ve got to get out of here.’ I’m just glad I’m safe and everyone else is safe.” The blaze, which started at about 4 p.m. could be seen from Manhattan. The longtime play-by-play announcer said he spent last night at a hotel, where he watched his home burn on the television news while talking to The Post. “I’m watching … I haven’t seen this before,” he said. “I haven’t seen this. … Oh my God. Leonia Middle School and Leonia High School will be open on Thursday, though busing will not be available. “@TeemoneeNYC: my prayers go to everyone in Edgewater, NJ right now.

The firefighters battled the fire from all angles, as, in addition to the New York fireboats over a hundred firefighters from around New Jersey were on scene.

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