Firefighters probe 3-alarm blaze in Newark

High winds made it difficult for firefighters battling a three-alarm blaze Sunday in Newark.Officials say the fire started around 8:30 p.m. inside a couple of buildings on Broad Street. According to the fire department, squatters were reportedly living in one of the buildings. Firefighters reportedly rescued a man leaning out a window, but he apparently ran off without giving officials any information. Officials say they don't know yet if there are any squatters still inside. Fire officials say they are still investigating what may have caused the blaze.

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