More than a dozen families homeless after fire at Inca Village Apartments in Paterson

More than a dozen families are displaced after a fire tore through their Paterson apartment complex.



The blaze happened around 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Inca Village Apartments on Harrison Street. News 12 New Jersey is told that 30 units were affected.



It took firefighters from Paterson and Passaic about one hour to get the four-alarm fire under control. 



Fire officials say two residents were hospitalized.



The apartments have been boarded up as the damage is assessed. 



The Red Cross says it is assisting 34 people in 15 families affected by the fire.



The cause of the flames remains under investigation.


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