September 2, 2021
MANVILLE, NJ (SOMERSET)–Around 3:00 p.m. there was a reported house explosion 4th Avenue & Knopf Street in the Lost Valley section of Manville. Due to severe flooding from Tropical Storm Ida the fire department has not been able to make access to the fire to combat the flames. Mercer County, Ewing Township, West Trenton Station 33 was on their way with a fire boat with a pump to help assist Manville combat the house fire.
There were reports of the initial house explosion with fire spreading to nearby exposures.
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