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Multiple vehicles go up in flames at business in North Bergen
The cars and other debris caught fire off 91st Street, on the Fairview border, at around 6:45 a.m. Wednesday.
NewsCopter 7 was over the scene as thick smoke and heavy flames shot into the air before firefighters arrived.
At least a half dozen cars burned, as well as other debris in the parking lot.
Firefighters stretched a hose line from 91st Street as they battled the blaze.
North Bergen police say the fire started with two cars.
The fire appears to be accidental. No injuries were reported.
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Massive blaze tears through vehicle service center in Linden, NJ
by: Mark Sundstrom, Mike Weinstein/AIR11Posted: / Updated:
LINDEN, N.J. — AIR11 was over the scene as massive flames engulfed a car service center in Linden, New Jersey early Friday morning.
The three-alarm blaze ripped through the Reydel Volkswagen service center on East Elizabeth Avenue, at the corner of Lincoln Street.
Large flames were shooting from the roof and thick, heavy smoke could be seen billowing from the building.
Firefighters were on the scene around 7:20 a.m., working to put out the flames from different angles.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known.
The blaze burned right next to a self-storage facility, but there was no word on if it had spread beyond the vehicle service center.
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Massive blaze fueled by gasoline destroys auto auction warehouse in New Jersey
A massive four-alarm fire fueled by tires and gasoline destroyed a New Jersey auto auction warehouse and up to 60 cars inside, fire officials said.
Video obtained by WPVI shows firefighters in Pennsauken dousing the huge flames throughout the US Auto Auction building, where the initial call was received at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday as the raging inferno shot into the sky.
Pennsauken Fire Chief Joseph Palumbo said at least three businesses inside the warehouse were gutted. The blaze grew so large because of the number of vehicles inside the building, as well as their tires and gasoline, he said.
Palumbo estimated 40 to 60 vehicles parked tightly together inside the block-long, 43,000-square-foot building at the site were totally torched, according to the Cherry Hill Courier-Post.
Due to the scale of the blaze, firefighters never went inside the site, Palumbo said.
Firefighters also had to deal with high winds that sent embers and burning debris into nearby neighborhoods.
“We had a couple of engine companies deployed to that neighborhood for patrol to make sure there was no exposure problems,” Palumbo told WPVI.
No injuries were reported and no firefighters were hurt, according to NJ.com. The warehouse on South Crescent Boulevard was not occupied at the time, fire officials said.
Firefighters were still at the scene early Wednesday, putting out leftover hot spots. Southbound lanes of Route 130 nearby remained closed, but the northbound section was reopened, WPVI reported.
The cause of the fire remained under investigation Wednesday, a Pennsauken Fire Department employee who declined to provide his name told The Post.
“They’re still out there, they have to dig through it,” he said of the scene. “They need to find the cause — it’s still being investigated.”
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LINDEN — Fire destroyed the service center of a Union County car dealership early Friday morning.
Thick black smoke and flames were pouring from the building housing the service center for Reydel Volkswagen on East Elizabeth Avenue in Linden as first responders arrived around 6:35 a.m., according to police.
The service department was not yet open at the time and no injuries were reported.
Linden police did not disclose how many vehicles may have been inside the service center at the time.
Reydel Volkswagon's dealership is a mile away on Route 27 in Linden.
Elizabeth Ave remained closed between Lincoln Street and Chandler Avenue as of 9:45 a.m.
Contact reporter Dan Alexander at [email protected] or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ
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