Seven North Wildwood residents were left homeless following a fire that gutted their apartment on Thursday morning. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the Red Cross was called in to assist the displaced residents who lost their home after a fire hit an apartment on West 24th Avenue in the city. Ironically, one of the displaced residents is Max Maxwell, a Red Cross volunteer who was assisting with another fire call when his own apartment caught fire. The Red Cross says the seven residents lost everything in the blaze.
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