Dunellen firefighters responded about 11:00 a.m. Tuesday to a fire involving a 6-unit apartment building at 146 Pulaski Street. The fire caused serious damage throughout the two-story building.
One firefighter suffered heat exhaustion and/or smoke inhalation during the fire, and was transported to Robert Wood Hospital.
Dunellen Fire Chief Joe Casey reported personal items piled up inside the home where the fire started near the kitchen, prevented firefighters from getting past the front door. Firefighters had to use an defensive, exterior attack.
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