Donations to the Morristown Fire Relief Fund are needed to assist eight families displaced in a fire.
The blaze that broke out Thursday morning in Unit 6's kitchen of the Manahan Village complex, Fire Chief Robert Flanagan said.
The fire caused structural damage to the attic, displacing 26 residents, Morristown officials said.
The bulk of the blaze was knocked down by 12:20, although firefighters worked until around 1 p.m. to make sure all the pockets of embers were out.
Anyone wishing to donate to the Morristown Fire Relief Fund is asked to make checks (only) payable to the same, and mailed or delivered in person to:
- Town of Morristown Office of the Mayor & Administration, 200 South St., Room 239, Morristown, NJ, 07963-0914, Attention: Morristown Fire Relief Fund
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