At least one person died Saturday when an early-morning blaze broke out at a Trenton, New Jersey, home.
The fire near the intersection of Elm Street and Home Avenue reached three alarms before firefighters, working in the frigid snow, were able to put it under control around 3:40 a.m. in a firefight that lasted about two hours, officials said.
At least three houses in the block of row homes were impacted by the flames, officials said.
Authorities did not immediately release the identity of the deceased. The cause of the fire was under investigation.