MOUNT HOLLY, NJ (CBS) — Three firefighters suffered minor injuries while battling a blaze in Mount Holly, NJ, on Sunday afternoon.
Emergency services were called to the scene just after 4pm when heavy smoke and flames billowed from the Cherry Street home.
Burlington County officials said the fire from the fifth alarm was contained just before 7:30 p.m.
Local officials say all residents of the home have been accounted for. Three homes sustained fire damage at the scene, but only two of the homes have significant damage.
The New Jersey Red Cross disaster response team is currently assisting two families — eight people in total — affected by the fire.
CBS News Philadelphia is trying to determine the cause of the fire and if anyone else has been injured.
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