The twoalarm fire in a Kent street was under control in 30 seconds, according to public records, and would have had a concentrated fire effort, according to public records. There was no PPE, SCBA or back up staff at the scene. The first engine company to arrive at the scene was a career battalion chief. He was on the first due engine company.

More videos of the incident can be found here, courtesy of JerseyCity Fire Department. Read more at httpwww.courierpostonline.comappspbcs.

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