Fort Lee, NJ – Firefighter Injured Fighting Blaze on Lemoine Ave
Fort Lee, NJ (July 7, 2020) – A house fire on Saturday morning, July 4, ended in one firefighter being hospitalized. The local fire department in Fort Lee was called combat a blaze at the Koryeo Grill. The site of the fire was located on Lemoine Avenue.
For unknown reasons, the fire broke out at the rear of the restaurant. The fire spread quickly throughout the rest of the structure. It took firefighters around two hours to get the spread of the fire under control. The injured firefighter was taken to Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey for treatment.
Two other victims were treated at the scene. An ongoing investigation into the crash is underway.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
House Fire Injuries in New Jersey
On average, fire departments across the country respond to more than 300,000 structure fires each year. More than 2,000 civilians lose their lives in house fires each year. Tens of thousands sustain serious injuries.
Pursuing a personal injury claim can leave victims seriously confused and frustrated. You need a firm understanding of the law to make sure that your legal rights are protected. Instead of trying to figure it out on your own, you should contact a New Jersey personal injury attorney.
Brady, Brady, & Reilly, LLC has over 50 years helping the residents of New Jersey by providing aggressive legal representation after being injured in an accident. We are known for our attention to detail and the ability to bring your case to a successful resolution. Give us a call today at (201) 997- 0030 to discuss your case.
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