ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – A fire spread from an abandon building to two tow homes on Thursday morning, sources report.
The third floor of the building was engulfed in flames when firefighters responded to the scene on the 100 block of North Pennsylvania Avenue at approximately 6:50 a.m.
Firefighters took longer to enter the abandoned building because it was boarded up. The building had flames coming from the front and rear windows.
The fire of the row home was not under control until 8:15 a.m. The home sustained fire and smoke damage.
One dog died and thirteen people were 13 were displaced as a result. The 13 people will be assisted by the Red Cross.
The fire is under investigation.
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