Updated: Fuddruckers on fire; no injuries

PARSIPPANY — At approximately 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 31 a working fire was reported at Fuddruckers, 3159 Route 46.

The fire was reported to start in the ladies restroom, and was contained in the ladies room

Fire Engine 65 arrived on scene and made entry with 2 1/2 inch Handline and made their way to the bathroom.

Engine 65 crew encountered heavy smoke in the bathroom coming from the wall. The firemen began removing the wall and found the fire. The fire was quickly extinguished.  Engine 63’s crew assisted removing the exterior wall and checking the roof for extension and nothing was found on the roof. There was no damage to the roof. After it was confirmed that the fire was extinguished, District 6 waited for fire investigator Dave Cavaliere.

Parsippany Volunteer Fire District 6, Rainbow Lakes Volunteer Fire District 2, and Lake Hiawatha Volunteer Fire District 4 were on the scene.

Parsippany Rescue and Recovery was called to the scene to bring their PATRIOTS trailer, as well as other units.

Rockaway Neck Volunteer First Aid Squad and Parsippany Volunteer Ambulance Squad were at the scene. There were no injuries reported at the scene.

Morris County Sheriff’s Department was also called to the scene to investigate.

At this time fire still under investigation.

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Parsippany Rescue and Recovery PATRIOTS trailer
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Firefighters on the roof of Fuddruckers.
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Lake Hiawatha Volunteer Fire Department District 4 was backing up Fire Districts 2 and 6 at the scene at Fuddruckers.
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Firemen from District 6 cuts hole through the exterior side of the building.
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Firefighters working to extinguish fire in the wall at Fuddruckers
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Smoke coming from the exterior wall of the ladies room
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Private contractors borarding up the side of the building after the fire investigators were done for the evening.
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Morris County Sheriff’s Department investigating the scene at Fuddruckers.
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Investigator from Morris County Sheriff’s Office taking pictures of the scene

 

 

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