ORANGE — A fire at an apartment building displaced around 160 residents early Tuesday morning.

The fire left large gaping holes in the roof of the three-story building on Park Avenue, leaving much of the building uninhabitable. No residents or firefighters were injured.

Red Cross New Jersey worked with the township to open up a reception center and shelter for displaced residents.

An investigation is ongoing into the cause of the fire.

The Orange Fire Department on Tuesday morning did not respond to New Jersey 101.5's request for more information.

The American Red Cross responds to an apartment building fire in Orange
The American Red Cross responds to an apartment building fire in Orange 5/3/22 (Red Cross New Jersey)
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