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WEST NEW YORK, N.J. -- More than a half-dozen firefighters were rushed to the hospital after responding to a fire in West New York on Thursday.Most of their injuries happened after an explosion and roof collapse.It was a terrifying Thanksgiving night."There was a loud bang," evacuated resident Peter Raynoso said.Neighbors in multiple nearby buildings said th...
WEST NEW YORK, N.J. -- More than a half-dozen firefighters were rushed to the hospital after responding to a fire in West New York on Thursday.
Most of their injuries happened after an explosion and roof collapse.
It was a terrifying Thanksgiving night.
"There was a loud bang," evacuated resident Peter Raynoso said.
Neighbors in multiple nearby buildings said they felt the jolt, but according to fire officials the blaze started in the three-story mixed-use corner building at 5222 Bergenline Ave., and quickly spread next door, adding the brunt of the explosion happened on the second floor.
"We have eight firefighters who were injured, anywhere from smoke inhalation to broken bones," North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue Chief Dave Donnarumma said. "Femur, ankle, we have a compound fracture of an ankle. One individual is going into surgery."
They were transported to nearby hospitals and were being evaluated for other injuries. Crews were on the roofs of both buildings when the explosion occurred and had to be rescued by fellow firefighters, alongside residents.
"We rescued approximately four people from the building. A lot of people self evacuated and we rescued four people via ladders," Donnarumma said.
Pets also had to be evacuated after the explosion, which was a challenge for the Raynoso family.
"Everything shook. It was like a loud bang and everything shook inside the house. The cats were startled and they started hiding," Peter Raynoso said.
Their Thanksgiving dinner had to be cut short.
"We were about to cut the turkey. It's like pretty sad, you know? Pretty sad Thanksgiving for us," Raynoso said.
The Red Cross and West New York were assisting and relocated approximately 20 people who were displaced from four buildings on the block.
"It's supposed to be Thanksgiving. It's a tragic situation right now," neighbor Frank Proscia said.
Fire officials said all residents were accounted for. The cause of the explosion is still unknown, but the fire chief said it did not appear to be suspicious. The Hudson County Prosecutor's Office was called in to investigate.
Alecia Reid is an award winning, Emmy nominated reporter for CBS New York. She is a sustainability & social justice advocate; passionate about giving a voice to people who may not otherwise be able to tell their stories.
WEST NEW YORK, New Jersey (WABC) -- Ten firefighters were injured and more than a dozen residents were displaced after a fire tore through an apartment in West New York, New Jersey Thursday night.Citizen App video showed fierce flames billowing from the building located on Bergenline Avenue at 53rd Street. The fire was in an apartment above a pharmacy.It wasn't the kind of Thanksgiving West New York residents hoped for. Their apartments were blackened and charred after being ravaged by the flames."We were about to c...
WEST NEW YORK, New Jersey (WABC) -- Ten firefighters were injured and more than a dozen residents were displaced after a fire tore through an apartment in West New York, New Jersey Thursday night.
Citizen App video showed fierce flames billowing from the building located on Bergenline Avenue at 53rd Street. The fire was in an apartment above a pharmacy.
It wasn't the kind of Thanksgiving West New York residents hoped for. Their apartments were blackened and charred after being ravaged by the flames.
"We were about to cut the turkey literally and then this happened," neighbor Peter Reynoso said. "It's pretty sad our Thanksgiving got ruined. Our pets, we can't find one of them. It's a horrible night."
Neighbors had to get out with their cats, immediately, when the building two doors down on Bergenline Avenue collapsed.
"They were sitting by the window, and they got like knocked down and everything shook inside the apartment, it was really loud," Reynoso said.
North Hudson fire officials say an explosion caused the roof to come crumbling down with firefighters on top of it.
Ten firefighters were injured, including two seriously. One still remains hospitalized Friday with non-life-threatening injuries.
"I got a call that we had three members missing we had a mayday and your heart just drops," West New York Fire Chief David Donnarumma said.
Donnarumma says the explosion happened as firefighters were battling flames shooting out the window of the three-story corner building. The blast turned the building next to it into rubble.
"It's a sad day for the township of West New York they with their residents, cause people are displaced, they lost their residences and lost their belongings," he said. "It's a difficult day for the firefighters, not because we had to work but because of the injuries. Now their families will be suffering as well."
Luckily, firefighters were able to get everyone out, rescuing several residents. Others were able to self evacuate.
The fire has been placed under control, but the damage has already been done.
Twenty people have been displaced. The Red Cross says they are assisting at least 10 families.
"On a holiday they're crying," witness Christian Moranchel said. "Their families trying to console them, hugging them. Just feel bad for them."
The cause of the fire and explosion are under investigation but foul play is not suspected.
Rescue organizations and animal shelters are where to go when looking for a friendly companion — and throughout the country, there is a massive overcrowding of shelters of dogs and cats that need homes, including New Jersey. There are many shelters that house these animals looking to find a forever home in the New Jersey area, and right no...
Rescue organizations and animal shelters are where to go when looking for a friendly companion — and throughout the country, there is a massive overcrowding of shelters of dogs and cats that need homes, including New Jersey. There are many shelters that house these animals looking to find a forever home in the New Jersey area, and right now, there is a serious crisis with animals being dropped off at shelters. Most of these shelters are always looking for extra hands to volunteer for them, as well as forever families and fosters. Finding a rescue nearby can be difficult, so we’ve narrowed down the search for you. Below are 10 rescue and animal shelters in the New Jersey area to find your new furry BFF.
Associated Humane Societies is based in Newark, NJ catering to the welfare of animals since 1906. The shelter accepts all varieties of dogs, though the two most popular breeds are the American Bully Mix and the Pit Bull. The cats are short-haired breeds that range from young to adult ages. Those looking to adopt can visit the clinic or register online. Once registration is complete, a date will be set for prospective adopters to come in to meet the animals. The shelter is open Monday through Sunday from 12PM – 5PM excluding Wednesdays as they are closed. Volunteers can inquire by calling the shelter or by checking the website for more information.
Bloomfield Animal Shelter is a no-kill facility that is home to various dogs, cats, and other wildlife. The adoption process is solely conducted online through the organization’s Facebook and Instagram pages. Prospective adopters must fill out the organization’s paperwork to begin the adoption process and meet the animals. Interested volunteers should refer to the Facebook page or email below. The shelter is open daily from Monday through Sunday from 9AM – 5PM.
Edison Municipal Animal Shelter houses dogs, cats of all sizes, and other small furry or feathered animals. Most animals up for adoption are cats although there are a few dog breeds such as Border Collies, Huskies, German Shepards, and American Staffords. Adoption applications are available online. The shelter is open Mondays through Sundays 12PM – 4PM and closed on major holidays. Volunteers have many opportunities to get involved, such as dog walkers, cat, and kitten socializers. More information about volunteering can be found on the website.
Final Hope Animal Rescue provides support to abandoned cats and dogs in the northern New Jersey area. The shelter accepts dogs but predominately cares for the approximately 40 cats that are in the rescue’s care at one time. The shelter is open on Sundays for 24 hours. Volunteers are encouraged to lend a paw and apply online or with the email provided. Several positions listed are cleaning cages, feeding, socializing with pets, vet visits, adoption events, and much more. Prospective adopters can learn more about the application process through the organization’s website.
Friends of Linden Animal Shelter is a no-kill shelter for cats and dogs looking for forever homes. The adoption process can be found on their website. Any general visit must be inquired by calling and making an appointment. Volunteers are required to apply online. Training is provided once selected and weekly shifts are mandatory at the shelter. Walking dogs, socializing with cats, and event preparation are some positions looking to be filled. The shelter is open on Mondays and Tuesdays from 6 – 7:30PM, Thursdays and Fridays from 6 – 7:30PM, Saturdays and Sundays from 10AM – 12PM.
The Humane Society of Bergen County has been providing care to all animals since 1972. The shelter not only houses dogs and cats but also birds and other wildlife. The adoption process operates in person, with the request to call ahead as the hours of the shelter may vary. The shelter is open on Mondays and Saturdays from 10AM – 3PM, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10AM – 2PM, Thursdays and Fridays from 10AM – 4:30PM, and on Sundays from 11AM – 1PM. Inquiries about volunteer opportunities should refer to the number below.
The Montclair Township Animal Shelter seeks to protect and rehabilitate all neglected animals in their area. The shelter have a variety of dog and cat breeds to choose from as well as some smaller animals. Adoption meet and greets as well as visits to the shelter require an appointment. The shelter is open on Mondays through Sundays from 1PM – 4PM, excluding Tuesdays as the hours are from 1PM – 7PM. Information about volunteering and the adoption process can be found on the organization’s website.
For over 50 years Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter has been providing care and finding loving homes for all animals. To adopt, applications are online through their website. Meet and greets with the animals are from Monday through Friday from 12PM – 3:30PM, Saturdays and Sundays from 12PM – 4:30PM. Regular shelter hours are Monday through Friday from 12PM – 4PM, Saturdays and Sundays from 12PM – 5PM. Volunteers can fill out an application online by creating an account with the shelter. A few jobs include a cat companion, shelter helper, and event assistant.
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New Jersey Humane Society prides itself on being dedicated to protecting and rescuing all dogs and cats in their area. The animals up for adoption are best found through their Facebook and Instagram pages. Adoption services take place in person by scheduling a visit with the shelter. Shelter hours are Monday through Sunday 9AM – 5PM, Saturday and Sunday from 10AM – 2PM. Volunteers should visit or call to inquire for more information.
Rosemarie’s Rescue Ranch saves lives by rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding homes for all the animals in their care. Dog and cat adoption applications can be found online. Once approved, interviews will be scheduled to determine if the animal is a good fit. After a match is made a meet and greet can commence at the shelter. The shelter is open on Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11AM – 4PM as they are closed Sundays and Mondays. Volunteers looking to help are encouraged to read through the website before applying online.
A house that sold for $970,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in West New York between Aug. 28 and Sep. 24.In total, 15 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past two weeks, with an average price of $504,133, $405 per square foot.The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title was recorded from the week of August 28 to the week of Sep. 24 even if the property may have been sold earlier.10. $315,000, condominium at 7000 Kennedy Blvd....
A house that sold for $970,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in West New York between Aug. 28 and Sep. 24.
In total, 15 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past two weeks, with an average price of $504,133, $405 per square foot.
The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title was recorded from the week of August 28 to the week of Sep. 24 even if the property may have been sold earlier.
The 766 square-foot condominium at 7000 Kennedy Blvd., West New York, has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $315,000, $411 per square foot. The condominium was built in 1975. The deal was finalized on July 6.
The sale of the condominium at 7004 Kennedy Blvd., West New York, has been finalized. The price was $360,000, and the new owners took over the condominium in June. The condominium was built in 1975 and has a living area of 1,237 square feet. The price per square foot was $291. The deal was finalized on June 13.
The property at 423 58th Street in West New York has new owners. The price was $430,000. The house was built in 1899 and has a living area of 2,160 square feet. The price per square foot is $199. The deal was finalized on July 12.
The 2,220 square-foot single-family house at 6024 Hudson Ave. in West New York has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in June and the total purchase price was $610,000, $275 per square foot. The house was built in 1925. The deal was finalized on June 14.
The sale of the single family residence at 6408 Madison Street in West New York has been finalized. The price was $660,000, and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1919 and has a living area of 595 square feet. The price per square foot was $1,109. The deal was finalized on July 12.
A sale has been finalized for the single-family home at 596 70th Street in Guttenberg. The price was $700,000 and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 2007 and the living area totals 2,600 square feet. The price per square foot ended up at $269. The deal was finalized on July 8.
The property at 6126 Jackson Street in West New York has new owners. The price was $754,000. The house was built in 1919 and has a living area of 3,139 square feet. The price per square foot is $240. The deal was finalized on July 6.
The 1,012 square-foot single-family home at 7005 Jackson Street, West New York, has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $775,000, $766 per square foot. The house was built in 1910. The deal was finalized on July 3.
The sale of the single family residence at 304 69th Street in Guttenberg has been finalized. The price was $799,000, and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1895 and has a living area of 832 square feet. The price per square foot was $960. The deal was finalized on July 6.
The sale of the townhouse at 29 Lydia Drive, West New York, has been finalized. The price was $970,000, and the house changed hands in June. The house was built in 2000 and has a living area of 1,444 square feet. The price per square foot was $672. The deal was finalized on June 16.
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People like to brag about where they're from, but residents of one New Jersey borough may be able to get the last word in the tri-state, according to recent rankings.Personal finance website WalletHub gave Fair Lawn one of the best scores in the U.S. in its rankings of best small cities in America. The Bergen County city was ranked sixth in the country, with high marks in education and health (17th) and safety (18th)....
People like to brag about where they're from, but residents of one New Jersey borough may be able to get the last word in the tri-state, according to recent rankings.
Personal finance website WalletHub gave Fair Lawn one of the best scores in the U.S. in its rankings of best small cities in America. The Bergen County city was ranked sixth in the country, with high marks in education and health (17th) and safety (18th).
While it still ranked toward the front of the pack in affordability (143rd) and economic health (241st), according to WalletHub, it struggled in quality of life, being rated just 883rd overall in that category (out of 1,300 cities rated in the study).
But Fair Lawn doesn't get all the bragging rights. Saratoga Springs, a popular tourism spot just north of Albany, also scored in the 99th percentile, with a score just below Fair Lawn, at 69.11, good for 9th overall. Four other small cities — all in New Jersey — also landed in the top 5% of small cities, including Princeton, Ridgewood, Paramus and Hoboken.
Also, the Long Island town of Commack has the lowest share of its population living in poverty, just 1.8%, according to WalletHub. Westfield, New Jersey, was just behind it.
The top-ranked small city for Connecticut, the study found, was New Haven County's Shelton, followed by the coastal cities of Stratford and Norwalk.
So what was the top city overall? That honor goes to Carmel, Indiana, which was rated one of the safest small cities in the country (4th), along with top 50 ranks in affordability (31st) and education and health (50th). It was one of three Indiana cities to make the top five, along with neighboring Westfield (4th overall) and Fishers (5th overall), WalletHub found. Lexington, Massachusetts, and Brentwood, Tennessee, also were rated as the best of the best.
Here are the tri-state small cities among the top cities, being rated in the 90th percentile or above, according to WalletHub's study (the percentile is in parentheses):
On the other end of the scale, New Jersey was also home to a city that had among the worst scores in the country, as Camden was put into just the 1st percentile of scores (it had the eighth-worst score of all cities ranked). Camden had a score of just 42.34, just a few points above the city with the lowest score — which was Bessemer, Alabama, given a score of 37.02, the study found.
New Jersey was actually home to five cities that finished among the lowest in the country, with Millville, Atlantic City, Vineland and Trenton all finishing in the lowest tier. Rockland County's Spring Valley was also rated low on the list.
Other notables on the list: New Jersey's Lakewood had the fourth-highest housing costs, while New Brunswick had the fourth-lowest homeownership rate; Stratford, Connecticut, had the fourth-worst income growth; Hoboken was tied for fourth-highest amount of hours worked each week.
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