(ABOVE: photo via @davehoboken)
Hoboken’s stunning skyline views were obscured by smoke late last night, as a fire broke out on Observer Highway near Madison Street. That block sits adjacent to the Hoboken Fire Department’s Station 2, who responded immediately.
The fire was extinguished, and no injuries were reported. Nevertheless, a number of residents have been displaced from their homes.
On the scene at the fire at 510/512/514 Observer Hwy. The fire has been extinguished & no injuries but a number of residents will be displaced due to damage. Thank you @HobokenFire, @HobokenPD, OEM, Hob Vol Ambulance Corps & JCFD for your assistance. pic.twitter.com/0sOQsd9DHr
— Ravinder S. Bhalla (@RaviBhalla) February 26, 2018
Hoboken Police, OEM, Volunteer Ambulance Corps all responded, and were assisted by the Jersey City Fire Department.
2 alarm fire at 510/512/514 Observer Hwy has been knocked down. No victims or injuries have been reported. Great job to Group A under command of BC Turner. Thanks to @JCFireOfficers @IAFF1066 and BC Hart for mutual aid. pic.twitter.com/snzcPomfOE
— Hoboken Fire Dept (@HobokenFire) February 26, 2018
EDIT: We initially attributed the lead photograph to the Mayor’s twitter feed. However, we have since been informed that the amazing photo was in fact taken by David Pirmann.
— David Pirmann (@davehoboken) February 26, 2018