Firefighters Extinguish House Fire in Robbinsville

January 16, 2022

UPDATE:


Earlier MidJersey.News report below:


Breaking news preliminary report, check back for updates when they become available:

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–The Robbinsville Township Fire Department was dispatched to the 1st Block of Tindall Road at 1:12 p.m. for a reported house fire. Numerous passersby that called 9-1-1 were reporting heavy smoke and flames from the roof area of the structure.

First arriving firefighters reported they had a large amount of fire showing through the roof and rear of the structure and were in the process of pulling handlines to start to extinguish the fire. A number of mutual aid departments were called to the scene and three lines were stretched and operating to extinguish the fire. The fire was placed under control around 2:00 p.m.

The fire investigation team including Robbinsville Police, Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office and Robbinsville Township Fire Marshal are currently on scene investigating the cause of the fire.

Fire departments dispatched to the scene were Hamilton, East Windsor, Monroe, Hightstown, West Windsor. Bordentown and Allentown covered the township for any additional calls.

Robbinsville Police had the roadway shut down in the area of the fire.

Tindall Road is closed between Brookshire Dr and Wildflower Trail due to fire department activity.

Tindall Road is closed between Brookshire Dr and Wildflower Trail due to fire department activity. 

Instructions:

Please avoid area.


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