Crews sift through Woodbridge fire wreckage in search of valuables

Workers are beginning to sift through the wreckage of a massive Woodbridge apartment building fire that took place on July 10.A tenant told News 12

WOODBRIDGE - Workers are beginning to sift through the wreckage of a massive Woodbridge apartment building fire that took place on July 10.

A tenant told News 12 New Jersey that crews will be going through apartments with a crane today, hoping to find valuables belonging to tenants.

About 50 families were left homeless by the fire, most of them immigrants. Residents miffed by management after Woodbridge apartment fire

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