Firefighters battle blaze at 305 Ann St., Harrison

305 Ann St., Harrison, beige house with bike on porch. Google Maps

UPDATE — 5:15 p.m. — A few flames appearing again in the rear part of the house between two bedrooms. The flames also reappear on the east side of the building.


UPDATE – 5:09 p.m. – The Incident Commander reports that all visible fire has been “knocked down”.


Harrison, Kearny and East Newark firefighters battle a fire at 305 Ann St., Harrison.

The fire reportedly broke out shortly after 4:30 p.m.

Harrison Councilman Larry Bennett told The Observer the fire could still be seen coming from the attic into the back yard of the house and down one side of the building.

Jersey City firefighters are on their way to provide more assistance.

EMS is on site for precautionary reasons.

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