Some displaced by massive Bridgeport (CT) condo fire receive surprise assistance

All 120 residents of what was a 36-unit condominium complex on Bridgeport’s Charles Street were displaced by a New Year’ Eve morning fire. None were injured, but all are hurting.  Many families packed the Social Services office in Bridgeport Monday, where it was an all-hands-on-deck approach to helping these residents in need.   Read the article………….


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