New Jersey Trader Joe’s catches fire day before grand opening

A Trader Joe’s retailer set to open in central New Jersey caught fire on Thursday morning, damaging the store a day before a scheduled grand opening.

The fire allegedly broke out spherical 11:15 a.m. on the Bridgewater retailer positioned at 315 Promenade Boulevard, in accordance with police.

Investigators acknowledged he fire was positioned throughout the rear inside partitions of the store and that staff had been welding throughout the house.

While the harm was restricted to insulation and sheetrock, firefighters wanted to reduce a spot throughout the roof to ventilate the establishing.

The agency launched late Thursday that it will nonetheless preserve the grand opening as deliberate on Friday, Nov. 1 at 9 a.m., with an opening ceremony at 8:55 a.m.

Trader Joe’s has been rising all through New Jersey, together with retailers this month in Brick Township, Denville and Cherry Hill. The well-liked grocer has 13 totally different areas unfold all through the state.

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