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Minor Fire Extinguished At Bridgehampton Restaurant

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A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A minor fire was extinguished at an abandoned restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday. MICHAEL WRIGHT

author on May 8, 2011
A small fire broke out at a vacant restaurant in Bridgehampton on Sunday afternoon. Bridgehampton Fire Department firefighters and ambulance personnel responded to the fire at the restaurant, the former... more

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