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UPDATED: Fire Department Battling Heavily Engulfed Structure Fire

PHOTOS & VIDEO [UPDATED 12:05 AM] The Lakewood Fire Department is battling a heavily engulfed structure fire on Glen Avenue. All of the home’s occupants have made it out safely.

Mutual Aid from surrounding towns, and a Fast Team, were requested for assistance in battling the large blaze, which was called in at about 6:27 PM.

It’s unconfirmed at this time how the fire started.

of firefighters, as well as EMS and Hatzolah are on the scene. TLS-46/TLS-CCP.

UPDATE: 9:00 PM. The fire was brought fully under control about 8:45 PM, due to several flare-ups. The home has been mostly destroyed.

“They lost everything”, a firefighter who battled the blaze said.

The Fire Marshal’s office is on scene investigating the cause of the blaze.


 

 

 


There are 29 Comments to "UPDATED: Fire Department Battling Heavily Engulfed Structure Fire"

  • izzy says:

    where is this ?

  • friendly fire says:

    Great reporting. What is the fast team. Where is the fire

  • Anonymous says:

    On glen

  • South of the lake says:

    Glen ave

  • ? says:

    glen ave south

  • Oh my says:

    What street is it on?

  • Ty says:

    Glenn

  • West gate says:

    Interesting…I walked out of my apartment a few minutes ago and on a clear night I saw one large “cloud” – it looked more like a plume of smoke but I was unsure…I didn’t smell fire….but you have confirmed my assumption…glad to hear everyone is out…sorry they just lost their home and memories.

  • Me says:

    The fire is on Glen Avenue. It is burning uncontrollably.

  • Anon. says:

    How did it happen and who’s house is it

  • Anonymous says:

    in the cul de sac of glen ave s b”h everyones out

  • anonymous says:

    in the cul de sac of Glen Avenue South, b”h everyone’s out

  • lakewood resident says:

    I was just there and this was a big fire, Glen Ave is off of Central Ave, The have one road block off if you go one block past you can park and walk to the area. so glad to hear everyone is safe.

  • Anonymous says:

    Maybe Hanukkah candles maybe? glad everyone got out.

  • Lkwder says:

    House is gone. Very unfortunate.
    Bh everyone got out.
    Thanx to all the volunteer responders that showed up.

  • RebRambo says:

    Is it Glen? North? South? East? West? Lakewood?Hanukah candles? Christmas lights? Kwansa Menorah?

    How about this question everyone failed to ask: HOW CAN WE HELP THIS FAMILY?

  • Anonymous says:

    Stop screaming and just give an idea of what u will do

  • nascarfan88 says:

    A FAST Team (Firefighters Assist Search Team) is a group of specially trained firemen whose sole purpose at a fire is to be ready to assist any firemen who may become trapped inside a burning structure.

  • nascarfan88 says:

    To RebRambo
    It was South Glen.

  • Shaken says:

    What a nisoyon to have one’s beautiful home, memories, belongings disappear in flames. They are a family who gave to others in a very special way – it’s time to reciprocate.

  • Me says:

    This is so sad! What can be done to help them?

  • Anonymous says:

    Whose house was this

  • LALL says:

    does the family need food? clothing? anything the community can do to help? this is heartbreaking.

  • Anonymous says:

    My heart is breaking for this family. Imagine having NOTHING at all of your worldly possessions except what you are wearing. Baruch HaShem they have their lives and those of their family too. How can we help them out?

  • Raintree says:

    Thankfully everyone is safe. Another fire in Lakewood, last week or two, claimed a life. Material things can be replace. Still, sorry for their loss.

  • Brookhill says. says:

    We’re so happy that they got out safe.

  • Me says:

    Hope they are insured.

  • ouch says:

    As a firefighter in lakewood i was working as hard as possible with my brothers to save this familys property! We are very sorry for their loss. That said why oh why are people asking where this fire is and giving each other directions where they can park so you can walk over and watch. it is a real problem when we have a crowd of 5000 peope trying to watch . it was a very tight street and a culdasec to boot. please allow us the room to do our job and do not drive across town just to watch someone lose all of their worldly possessions ! again our hearts go out to this family !!

  • Raintree says:

    Well said #28. I don’t understand why anyone would want to look at someone’s sorrow. The same thing with accidents. I always look the other way and give plenty of room for those officials helping. If you’re not there to help – stay away!

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