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Promised to rebuilt after yet another disaster along the Jersey Shore.
Dozens of businesses along an iconic boardwalk in seaside park in seaside heights burned to the ground in a massive fire this week.
And we have been sharing those pictures and images for the last couple of days.
And new Jersey's governor Chris Christie toured the damaged by air today.
And it's from Thursday's fire which I just said wiped out months of rebuilding after super storm -- He says he plans already has plans already in the works to speed up demolition and recovery again.
And help anybody who wants to rebel.
Two days it feels sad about this and is he would -- it's happening plus.
-- we don't work today and a couple days to mourn and now we've got to move on to work.
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-- New Jersey governor Chris Christie finally meeting this afternoon when boardwalk business owners for about three hours of reassuring rallying the community.
And announcing an initial fifteen million dollars in government aid to help bring the -- -- back.
A business owner who was in the meeting tells us Christie and state commissioners are promising to speed up the rebuilding process by cutting government red tape.
And helping expedite insurance claims they also discussed available government money in the form of grants and loans.
The fire is believed to have started at a frozen custard shop along the boardwalk 25 to thirty mile an hour winds and tore roofs fueling the raging blaze north.
Destroyed roughly fifty businesses -- for block stretch.
People have just started to feel better about themselves the season was disappoint bit disappointing as far as tourism.
And now this so it's just heartbreaking.
Using construction equipment to rebuild after sandy.
Firefighters stopped ablaze by cutting a twenty foot trudged through the boardwalk providing a firewall saving dozens of other businesses.
And Holmes beyond the boardwalk our resident tells the fire department saved.
The entire town.
Firemen were still dousing minor hot spots overnight.
And investigators say it is too soon to know what started the devastating fire some have speculated -- the fire is suspicious.
Possibly even arson.
But the governor says it would be irresponsible to come to any conclusion at this time.
And credit -- the people on the ground for working side by side to ensure thorough investigation Harris Brian thank you.
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