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LAUREL SPRINGS, NJ (October 4, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Earlier today,  at 12:29AM, Gloucester Township Police received a 911 call of smoke coming from 120 Florence Avenue, Laurel Springs.  
Upon arrival, officers from the Gloucester Township Police Department observed heavy smoke from the first floor of the residence.  The residents were evacuated prior to police arrival.  Fire Departments from Chews Landing, Lindenwold, and Runnemede arrived on location and extinguished the fire.  No injuries were reported. 

The cause of the fire  is currently under investigation by the Chews Landing Fire Marshal, Camden County Fire Marshal, New Jersey State Fire Marshal, and the Gloucester Township Police Department.