Immigrant families' emergency housing ending after devastating fire in NJ

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Toni Yates spoke to the refugee families who were displaced from the hotel they were staying at caught on fire.

There is a problem for nearly two dozen families in New Jersey.

The immigrant families from Morocco and Bangladesh are out of their burned homes, and also about to be kicked out of Red Cross emergency housing this Sunday.

Their apartment complex in Jersey City was destroyed.

Eyewitness News Reporter Toni Yates has their story in the video player above.

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