BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- In a special ceremony with the Bridgeport City Council, the City of Bridgeport honored the work of first responders and volunteers who helped the victims of the New Year’s Eve fire on Charles Street.
More than 100 people were left homeless after the massive fire that completely destroyed in the condo building.
In the days and weeks after the fire, volunteers organized drives for donations ranging from food and clothing to furniture and cash to help the fire victims relocate and return to their lives.
No one was seriously injured in the huge fire.
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