Map. History of New Jersey conflict

4 April 2020
2 week ago
New York State added a total of 189 new cases today
In addition to the curfew and closing bars & restaurants, Hoboken, New Jersey is also closing all gyms, health clubs, day cares, and movie theaters, as well as city facilities like playgrounds, ballfields, and City Hall
A little girl in New Jersey is lucky to be alive, and its thanks to a fast-acting police officer.
NYC Mayor Bill Deblasio: "After weeks of minimizing what has become a global pandemic, we were hoping for concerted action. Instead, the President remains all but silent on the most important thing: rapid, expansive testing."
Red Bank Regional High School to remain closed after student confirmed to have coronavirus
8 new coronavirus cases in NJ; total rises to 23, officials say
Manhattan 539 W 54th St. Robbery at gunpoint, search for 4 m/b suspects in their mid 20's. Suspect with the firearm was wearing a white sweatshirt. Suspects fled e/b on W 54th St toward 10th Ave. Level 1 mobilization called
1 injured in a shooting near the 100 block of Halstead St in East Orange, New Jersey. A male victim was found in the area of suffering a gunshot wound near Tremont and South Clinton
New Jersey health officials have tested 13 individuals so far. 11 Tested Negative. 2 Tested Positive for COVID19. 8 Still need testing
Hospital spokesperson says patient tested positive for COVIDー19 at Hackensack University Medical Center in NewJersey.
NEWARK NJ Signal 11 Plus 72 So. 9th Street Vacant 3 Story Frame. Had heavy fire 3rd floor rear and Cockloft was going all across. 4 lines worked. DC1 Special Called additional Ladder to Scene. FAST Truck put to work top floor
Crews Battle 2-Alarm Fire In Atlantic City on Florida Avenue. The flames broke out around midnight on Thursday.
Coronavirus News: New Jersey has first presumptive positive case of coronavirus, Gov. Murphy reports
Manhattan *10-77* Box 0944. 1 West End Ave off W 59th St. Fire 6th floor in a HRFPMD
People were forced from a burning apartment building in Mount Ephraim, Camden County inside the Willow Glen Apartments on the 200 block of South Black Horse Pike
Manhattan 440 Washington St. Police activity, aided was pronounced DOA at the scene
Dashcam video shows police chase leading up to fatal shooting of N.J. shoplifting suspect1 month ago
Dashcam video shows police chase leading up to fatal shooting of N.J. shoplifting suspect
Authorities in Newark are investigating shooting on Vassar Avenue. No injuries have been reported
Fire burns through at Elizabeth Truck Center on North Avenue, 1 firefighter hurt. The building's roof collapsed as around 100 firefighters battled the blaze
Elizabeth 4th Alarm 860 North Ave East Additional companies needed for water supply. Relay pumping. Still DWH.
Fire department   on scene.1 month ago
Fire department on scene.
Fire alarm activation right at the Envue hotel in Weehawken. No sign or smell of smoke
Authorities in Newark are investigating shooting on Emmitt Street in the city's Ironbound section. No injuries have been reported
Man stabbed by stranger asking for money in New Jersey on Goffle Road in Hawthorne
In Camden, N.J. overnight, investigators were out in force on the 2500 block of Federal Street
Authorities in Newark are investigating shooting on South 19th Street. No injuries have been reported
New Jersey high school student fatally struck by train
1 month ago
Avoid the area of Fern Road near Dunhams Corner Road due to utility pole and wires down. Emergency personnel are on scene
This is what the fire looked like early this morning as flames ripped through the 2-story home in Westwood. According to neighbors the home was getting renovated and it's owners weren't home during the fire.
Firefighters still working a multi-alarm housefire on Oakland Avenue in Westwood. Just rubble left as crews put out hotspots.
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