A dramatic situation occurred in the early hours of Sunday, May 8, when a residential building caught fire in Camden, New Jersey. Its inhabitants had to run for their lives due to the voracity of the fire.
Authorities say the incident was reported around 5 a.m. inside the Myrtle Place Apartments housing complex in Camden county. The fire was of such magnitude that it caused all the apartments on the second floor to burn to the ground.
Local authorities reported that the fire may have been connected to a domestic incident that occurred half an hour before the event. Given this, an arrest warrant has been issued against a “person of interest” without mentioning further details.
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According to Telemundo62, around 24 residents ended up displaced after the fire, including Hispanic-descent people. Those affected told the news network that the complex’s company had not offered them temporary housing. Therefore, some of them have been left with nowhere to go.