Firefighters were called to a commercial building Jan. 4 for a reported kitchen fire, in West Cape May. Crews managed to extinguish the fire in roughly 30 minutes.

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WEST CAPE MAY - At 6:11 p.m. Jan. 4, Engine 51 and Tower 51 were dispatched on the first alarm assignment to the 100 block of Sunset Boulevard, in West Cape May, for a commercial structure fire.  

According to the Cape May Firefighters Facebook page, crews arrived on scene and quickly worked to extinguish a kitchen fire. Engine 51 remained on scene for approximately 30 minutes assisting the West Cape May Volunteer Fire Company with overhaul. Engine 62 was also on scene for a rapid intervention team (RIT). 

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