'Jersey Shore' Cast Responds To Seaside Park Fire: Snooki, JWOWW And Vinny's Twitter Reactions

  @mariamzzarellam.vultaggio@ibtimes.com on September 12 2013 11:45 PM

Just as the Jersey Shore seemed to be getting back to normal, the boardwalk in Seaside Park was set ablaze on Thursday afternoon -- making it the second tragedy to hit the Garden State in less than a year after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the broadwalk in Seaside Heights last October.

The former crew from MTV’s notorious hit show “Jersey Shore” have responded to the sad new by taking to their Twitter accounts. The cast members might have done some crazy things while on the reality show, but the one thing that never wavered was their love for Jersey’s coastline.

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, who’s arguably the most famous member to emerge from the show, tweeted: "My prayers to seaside park can't catch a break....praying for the volunteers, fire department & residence.”

Vinny Guadagnino, who recently had his own show on MTV, “The Show With Vinny,” in which he interviewed celebrities at his parents’ house, was in shock over the news. He wrote, “Wow. Praying for Seaside.”

Ronnie Margo, who had a tumultuous relationship with Sammy “Sweatheart” Giancola on the show, said, “Prayers go out to the firefighters & all the first responders taking involved in the fire in #SeaSidePark #GoingBounceBackOnceAgain.”

Giancola chimed in, “Just heard about seaside & my heart is breaking. Prayers to everyone! This is devastating seeing my other home go through this once again.”

Pauly D, who also goes by DJ Pauly D was concise with his post: "Damn Seaside Again ! :(" Jenni “J WoWW” Farley was also short, but thoughtful, "Omg my thoughts and prayers are with everyone in seaside."

Deena Cortese, who joined the cast a little bit later, added: "I can't believe what's going on in seaside right now :( so sad ..so many memories." 

NJ.com wrote the fire started in an ice cream shop and then spread to 19 different buildings. Though firefighters and residents were treated for smoke inhalation, no injuries were reported.

 

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