SPRINGFIELD, NJ – There was a fire at the Short Hills Club Village complex around noon and was brought under control by the Springfield Fire Department.
According to Fire Chief Columbo the fire damaged four units but because of smoke and other issues, eight units had to be evacuated. Fortunately, no one was injured but unfortunately 16 people were displaced.
At 2 p.m. the Union County Fire Investigation unit was still processing its analysis and review of the fire affected area to determine cause.
If you want to help the people displaced by the fire, please contact Springfield H.O.P.E by calling 973-467-3388 or writing a check to Springfield H.O.P.E. (HOPE), 200 Mountain Ave. Springfield, NJ 07081.
During the holidays, HOPE runs a toy drive for Springfield families in need and during the rest of the year they provide support to Springfield residents temporarily in need. You can also reach out to the Red Cross.