MIDDLESEX BOROUGH – Three residents have been displaced after two apartments were left uninhabitable following a fire Sunday at the Middlesex Village Apartments.
Police said they received multiple 911 calls around 3:21 p.m. Sunday about a smoke condition at the apartment complex.
Arriving officers found a fire in apartment 51B, which was unoccupied, and residents in adjacent units were quickly evacuated, police said.
No injuries were reported.
The Middlesex Fire Department responded and promptly extinguished the fire, police said.
The cause of the fire has not been determined but it is not believed to be suspicious, police said.
Besides Middlesex firefighters, also responding were members of the Dunellen Fire Department, Finderne Fire Department, Middlesex County Fire Marshal’s Office, Middlesex Borough Office of Emergency Management, and Emergency Medical Services from Bound Brook and Dunellen.
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