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Crime Colts Neck fire: Crews battle second-alarm fire early Tuesday morning

15:40  14 january  2020
15:40  14 january  2020 Source:   app.com

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Baltimore Fire crews battled an early Tuesday morning fire in Northeast Baltimore.

COLTS NECK - There was a second-alarm fire in Colts Neck early Tuesday morning. Initial scanner reports indicate it was fatal, but that has yet to be confirmed by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, which is handling the investigation.

a fire truck is parked on the side of a road: The scene of a second-alarm fire in Colts Neck early Tuesday morning, Jan. 14, 2020.© ~ Keith Schubert The scene of a second-alarm fire in Colts Neck early Tuesday morning, Jan. 14, 2020.

The fire was reported to be knocked down around 4 a.m. and that fire crews are actively working to clear the scene now.

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Keith Schubert is the morning breaking news reporter. He can be contacted via text, call or signal at (732) 239-8731 or emailed at kschubert@gannett.com. Follow him on Twitter at @keithsch94.

This article originally appeared on Asbury Park Press: Colts Neck fire: Crews battle second-alarm fire early Tuesday morning

Orange County deputy suffers minor injuries in early morning crash, officials say .
An Orange County deputy was treated for minor injuries after he allegedly crashed his vehicle early Tuesday morning, according to officials. It happened at 3:54 a.m., according to the report. The deputy was responding to an emergency call for service while traveling on Powers Drive when he allegedly struck a power pole and fence at Postell's Mortuary. Sign up for our Newsletters Orange County Fire Rescue crews responded and treated the deputy on scene for minorinjuries. The Florida Highway Patrol responded to investigate the crash and OUC responded to fix the power pole, officials said.

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