Paterson (NJ) Firefighters Battle Fire That Spreads to Nearby Building

Paterson firefighters on scene at major fire.
Paterson firefighters on scene at a major structure fire. Photo courtesy Jerry Speziale.

Photo courtesy Jerry Speziale

On Monday, Paterson (NJ) firefighters battled a four-alarm fire that spread from one structure to another and displaced several people, according to reports.

NorthJersey.com reported that the fire was broadcast live on national television as part of a three-hour version of A&E’s “Live Rescue.”

The fire on Rosa Parks Boulevard left 15 people without homes. The fire reportedly began in a vacant structure and spread to a three-level, three-family home next door, according to a report from NJ.com.

Paterson Times: 11 Displaced, Firefighter Injured in Four-Alarm Paterson Fire

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