Crews remain at scene of fire that destroyed 5 buildings

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Firefighting crews remained on the scene of a fire that destroyed five buildings in Morris County Monday afternoon.

Officials say that the fire, which started inside Barry’s Luncheonette in Dover, was fueled by natural gas.

At least 80 people who lived in the apartments in the upper floors of the buildings were displaced.

MORE: Community rallies after Dover fire leaves more than 100 homeless

New Jersey Assemblyman Anthony Bucco says that he is seeking temporary housing for those residents.

No one was injured in the fire.

The state fire marshal and the Morris County Prosecutor's Office are investigating the cause.

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