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Firefighters unable to get to fires attributable to flooding

MANVILLE, New Jersey (WABC) — In a second wave of calamity within the Northeast, fires broke out in swamped properties and companies in New Jersey Friday, lots of them inaccessible to firefighters due to Ida’s floodwaters.

Authorities suspected gasoline leaks triggered by the flooding fed the flames.

The Saffron Banquet Corridor on South Essential Road in Manville exploded in flames round 2 a.m., with residents from surrounding cities reporting listening to a loud explosion.

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Its proprietor, Jayesh Mehta, stated he felt helpless and heartbroken photos and movies of his burning enterprise.

Firefighters have been unable to entry the hearth, which is surrounded by a flooded parking zone and in addition appeared gas-fed.

Newscopter7 was over the scene surveying the harm and located that waters from South Essential Road receded in a single day in a hopeful signal.
Two different properties on Boesel Avenue and North Second Avenue that caught fireplace Thursday afternoon continued to smolder Friday morning.

The Boesel Avenue fireplace additionally seems to have been attributable to an explosion.

Firefighters discovered these scenes to even be inaccessible.

Somerset County had one other fireplace, on Mercer Road in Somerville, that additionally began with an explosion, seemingly from a gasoline leak attributable to floodwaters.

To date, there is no such thing as a phrase of any accidents because of the fires.

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