Firefighter loses home in Seaside Heights fire

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SEASIDE HEIGHTS -

Firefighters in Seaside Heights are rallying around one of their own.

Firefighter Ray Powanda and his family lost their Hancock Avenue home Friday night when it went up in flames.

Officials say three people were home at the time.

No one was injured.

An online crowdfunding site is now raising money for the family.

No word on a cause.

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