JERSEY CITY, NJ – After being rescued by firemen on Sunday from his blazing home in Jersey City, a man in his fifties is said to be in critical but stable condition, according to reports.
Just after noon, the Jersey City Fire Department got multiple reports of smoke coming from 309 10th Street, according to Esther Suarez, the prosecutor for Hudson County.
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Members of the JCFD who responded to the call discovered that there was a fire in a single-family home when they arrived at the scene. Upon entering the building, the first responders discovered a male victim of the fire who was unresponsive.
The fire department was able to restrict the blaze to that one residence.
Despite the fact that the Hudson County Regional Arson Task Force’s preliminary assessment found that the fire does not appear suspicious at this time, the Origin and Cause of the fire are still being investigated.
Together with the aid of the Jersey City Fire Department, the Hudson County Regional Arson Task Force is currently conducting a thorough investigation into this matter.
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It has been requested that anyone who may have information about this case call the Prosecutor’s Office at (201) 915-1345 or submit a tip by clicking here. Confidentiality shall be maintained with regard to the information.