New Jersey: Dancers Leap from Dance Studio Balcony as Fire Rages

The blaze ripped through a New Jersey dance studio forcing young girls to jump for their lives from the balcony. From burning New Jersey mall, the flame engulfing the building with people trapped inside.

According to the information of the source, flames broke out just before 7 p.m. on the first floor of the building on Old River Road in Edgewater. The massive smoke clouds billowing up into the sky.

Neighbours and the first responders rushing a ladder to the second floor of the building to get the girls down safely, but it isn’t long up to reach. One terrified young student kicks it over forcing the other students to leap into the arms of rescuers waiting below the building.

One of the first people on the scene was local businessman Tony Nehmi who along with police officer Mr. Jimmy Dalton helped to evacuate the dance studio.

Edgewater Borough New Jersey, Michael McPartland said, “The girls were trapped on the second floor of the building and they escaped due to the people’s bravery present on the scene.”

The dancers back safely on the ground receiving medical attention miraculously and no one seriously injured. More than 12 hours later fire cruisers dousing the building with water, putting out hotspot. “The fire tore through the dance studio and in addition enchanting auto and eateries. The reason for the fire is still under scrutiny.


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