Union City, NJ – The City of Union City is rallying together to support the families and businesses affected by a devastating fire that broke out on Bergenline Avenue near 10th Street on February 8, 2023. The fire grew to a 5-alarm inferno, causing the shut down of Bergenline Avenue for several blocks. Despite the efforts of the North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue and mutual aid companies, the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Thankfully, there have been no reports of injuries from the fire. However, an undetermined number of people have been displaced as a result. In response to this tragedy, the City of Union City Fire Victims has organized a fundraiser to support those affected by the fire.
The fundraiser is seeking donations to help the families and businesses that were impacted by the fire. All donations will go directly to the families and businesses in need. The City of Union City is asking for the support of its residents and neighboring communities to help those who have been affected by this tragedy.
“We are deeply saddened by the fire that took place in our city and the impact it has had on our residents and businesses,” said the Mayor of Union City. “We are grateful for the efforts of the first responders and are now coming together as a community to support those affected. We appreciate any assistance our residents and neighboring communities can provide.”
To support the City of Union City Fire Victims fundraiser, donations can be made through their website or by contacting the City of Union City Fire Victims directly. The City of Union City would like to thank the community for its outpouring of support and encourages everyone to come together to help those in need.