İstanbul escort bayan sivas escort samsun escort bayan sakarya escort Muğla escort Mersin escort Escort malatya Escort konya Kocaeli Escort Kayseri Escort izmir escort bayan hatay bayan escort antep Escort bayan eskişehir escort bayan erzurum escort bayan elazığ escort diyarbakır escort escort bayan Çanakkale Bursa Escort bayan Balıkesir escort aydın Escort Antalya Escort ankara bayan escort Adana Escort bayan

Wednesday, April 24, 2024
HomenewsA Brush Fire Is Destroying Parts of An 800-Acre Park in Teaneck,...

A Brush Fire Is Destroying Parts of An 800-Acre Park in Teaneck, N.J.

At least three brush fires broke out in different parts of the state of New Jersey on Tuesday.

It was said that there were fires in Jersey City, Teaneck, and Manchester Township, which is near Toms River.

Chopper 2 was live over Bergen County, where the five-alarm fire was getting worse because it was dry and windy. Fourteen fire departments went to the scene, where a fire was destroying parts of an 800-acre park. The fire was put out, officials told CBS2.

People who lived there said they saw a wall of fire, which was scary.

Off Teaneck Road, flames roared and the fire grew. Some homes were only a few yards away from the fire.

Police in Teaneck put out a social media alert telling people near the Teaneck part of Overpeck Park to be careful, but they did not say that anyone should leave. About 10 acres of the undeveloped wooded area were burned, but firefighters were able to put out the fire by pouring water on it.

Police ID person of interest in Gloucester County brush fire

The state of New Jersey says that these kinds of fires are not unusual in April, which is the month when wildfires are most common.

The state Department of Environmental Protection says that all of North Jersey is at “very high” risk for wildfires.

The leader of Bergen County, James Tedesco, told CBS2 “Since it’s going to be hotter tomorrow, the risk will go up even more.

So, here in the county, we are on high alert. We have a lot of people, and Bergen County is the most populated county in New Jersey. However, there are places like this, so you have to be ready, which we are here in Bergen County.”

Brush fires send smoke billowing over New Jersey and Delaware - WHYY

From I-95 and I-80, you could see the flames. For this part of Bergen County, it was a pretty big fire.

One firefighter was taken to a nearby hospital because he was having chest pain. He was being treated there.

Read More:

AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in New Jersey has a New Interim CEO.

A State Senator Wants to Slow the Building Boom in New Jersey.

The Attorney General of Illinois Agrees with The Controversial Gun Law in New Jersey

Parvesh
Parvesh
Parvesh is the Content Writer for New Jersey Local News. Here at New Jersey Local News, she covers local news of New Jersey state. Moreover, Parvesh likes to dance and listen to music. She also finds time in her hectic schedule to relax and spend time with loved ones.
RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular