Police & Fire

Fund Set Up For Victims Of Morristown Fire


MORRISTOWN, NJ - The fire that ripped through Morristown on Friday night forced people to flee from their homes. Although there were no injuries reported, residents were left with nothing. The Red Cross Disaster Action Team responded by  helping those families in the form of temporary lodging, food and clothing.

The Town of Morristown has set up the "Elm Street Fire Victims Fund" to assist those families in recovering. Material and non-perishable donations can be dropped off at the Morristown Fire Bureau located at 161 Speedwell Avenue. 

Financial donations can be made via check or money order made out to the Town of Morristown, and mailed or delivered to the Mayor and Administration office located at the Morristown Town Hall, 200 South Street, Morristown.

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