Inspection Reveals 'Minor Violations' at Brookside Terrace Apartments

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Yesterday's state inspection at Brookside Terrace Apartments revealed "minor violations" which will be specified in an upcoming report. The inspection was conducted one week after a 10th floor fire left thirteen apartments uninhabitable.

Air quality and safety concerns were at the top of everyone's minds after the fire, prompting the inspection of all 222 apartments.

Sussex County Fire Marshal Virgil Rome told the New Jersey Herald, "there were some very minor violations that were found, but nothing that would present an imminent fire hazard or life safety issue."

For now, the wing where the fire occurred must remain vacated until the apartment complex finishes cleanup.

Read the NJHerald.com story here.

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