State to Inspect Brookside Terrace Apartments Today

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The state is set to inspect Brookside Terrace Apartments today after the 10th floor fire from last week was deemed not suspicious and of an unspecified cause. The fire had left over a dozen apartments uninhabitable.

Inspectors, along with the Sussex County fire marshal, will be looking at individual apartment units and Brookside Terrace Apartments is reportedly responsible for the building's clean-up efforts.

According to the New Jersey Herald, the tenant who lived in the apartment where the fire started said she was verbally evicted from the building by a security guard and manager.

Read the NJHerald.com story here

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