Families Were Displaced Because Of Fires

Last Tuesday, there were two Camden County who suffered from the blazing fires that caused the family home in Runnemede and a condominium complex in Voorhees to be seriously broken.

In the 1800 block of Roberts Way in Voorhees, a fast and swift two-alarm blaze heavily damaged with no less than one unit at the Victoriana Condominiums.

At around 4:52 in the morning, the firefighters were called to respond on the fire happening in the complex and within ten minutes, the firefighters heard the second alarm and in the succeeding twenty minutes, the firefighters fortunately made all things under control.

The two buildings need to be emptied. The evacuation was needed as a safety measure for the protection and security of the people. The heat coming from the massive fire affected numerous buildings through the sidings that were melted.

Fortunately, no reports about injuries were collected. From the Voorhees Town Center, the complex is just across the road.

A lot of families were forced to move out from the units in the complex because of the blaze incident but on the other hand, the cause of the fire is still unknown.

A lot of departments were present to assist and give aid to people. The departments were from Cherry Hill, Gibbsboro, Stratford, Lindenwold, and Somerdale.

For the meantime, about 10:00 in the morning, a weight smoke assumed caused by fire was reported in Runnemede. The heavy smoke was confirmed to be caused by blaze coming from a house on Iva Court.

The family consists of two female children and a pair of parents was again forced to move out from their broken home.

The executive director of the Camden County Branch of the American Red Cross named Camy Trinidad detaled that the resources for those fire victims will be available for them to be aided and assisted.

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