WASHINGTON, N.J. - Fire officials responded to a blaze at Washington Heights apartments in New Jersey Tuesday.
The call was received around 2 p.m. and Warren County Public Safety says eight apartments were affected with two that sustained fire damage.
No injuries or deaths were reported but Red Cross has been notified as several residents are now displaced.
The fire was deemed under control around 3:45 p.m., officials say.
Investigators from both Washington Fire Rescue and Warren County are investigating.
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