Officials investigating multi-alarm fire in Upper Freehold Township

April 22, 2021

By: Tyler Eckel

UPPER FREEHOLD (MONMOUTH)– Fire companies responded to a multi-alarm house fire early Thursday afternoon.

It happened around 1:00 pm. Multiple calls came in reporting a house located at 17 Nicholas Court was on fire. The full first alarm was called when New Jersey Forrest Fire Services observed a column of smoke in the air.

Crews on the scene reported heavy fire throughout the dwelling, and called the second alarm. Within minutes there was a partial collapse of the home, and the fire was upgraded to the fourth alarm.

Multiple hand lines and master streams were put into operation to bring the blaze under control. The bulk of the fire was knocked down just before 2:00 pm.

It is reported that at least one firefighter was injured in this incident.

The fire remains under investigation by the Monmouth County Fire Marshall, Upper Freehold Fire Prevention Bureau, and New Jersey State Police.

This is a breaking news story. Please check back for more info.

Video by: Ryan Mack, Jersey Shore Fire Response

Video by: Ryan Mack, Jersey Shore Fire Response

Photos by John Lenhardt

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