Woman about to be evicted dies when her house with dozens of cats inside explodes
A woman who was to be evicted made blow up his house with dozens of cats inside last Wednesday in Monmouth County, in the state of New Jersey, United States, after an eviction notice was served on her. The woman, who died in the arson attack on the home, was the only person living in the home along with dozens of felines.
According to the authorities, shortly after 11 a.m., a fire and arrived at the scene of the fire with teams of police and fire department to try to put out the fire.
The Chief of Police of this state, Lawrence Peelein statements to the media CBS: “The woman turned on the gas with the intent to blow up the house.” According to this media outlet, the woman had threatened to set off an explosion, prompting neighbors to leave the premises.
Other local residents told the local media that the boyfriend of the woman had been trying to kick her out out of the house for several years, but she had not been able to for the moratorium on evictions that have been in place in this state since the pandemic.
The mayor of Rooseveltthe city where the woman lived, explained to Asbury Park Press that “he had built a cat house, but it is still unknown how many animals were inside.”
The house has been left in ruins after being devoured by flames, which spread to the adjoining home, which has been significantly damaged.
According to investigations, which are in the preliminary stage, the cats with which the deceased woman lived were also found in the house.