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1 injured, several displaced after fast-moving fire rips through New Jersey house

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DOVER, N.J. — One person is injured and several are displaced after a fast-moving fire ripped though an apartment house in Dover, N.J. Friday evening.

The fire started in the three-story building on Morris Street around 8 p.m. and was a 4-alarm fire by 9 p.m.

Authorities believe the fire started in the third floor bedroom and spread throughout the attic.

At least one resident has been injured and several people have been displaced.

Firefighters from several surrounding towns were called to assist with the blaze. The fire was under control late Friday evening.

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