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UPDATE: Chief Says Fire Was Sparked By Squirrel’s Nest, Caused Minimal Damage

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Bridgehampton firefighters Contained a fire at an historic house on Sagaponack Main Street Sunday morning.

Bridgehampton firefighters Contained a fire at an historic house on Sagaponack Main Street Sunday morning.

Bridgehampton firefighters Contained a fire at an historic house on Sagaponack Main Street Sunday morning.

Bridgehampton firefighters Contained a fire at an historic house on Sagaponack Main Street Sunday morning.

Firefighters use a chain saw to cut a small hole in the rear wall of the building to check for fire. The Bridgehampton Fire Department responded to 794 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack for a report of a structure fire. Arriving units discovered a smoke condition in the house

Firefighters use a chain saw to cut a small hole in the rear wall of the building to check for fire. The Bridgehampton Fire Department responded to 794 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack for a report of a structure fire. Arriving units discovered a smoke condition in the house

 and called for mutual aid from the East Hampton and Sag Harbor Fire Departments. The cause of the fire was soon found to be an elecrical malfunction in the ceiling of a second floor bathroom that was likely caused by rodents. MICHAEL HELLER

and called for mutual aid from the East Hampton and Sag Harbor Fire Departments. The cause of the fire was soon found to be an elecrical malfunction in the ceiling of a second floor bathroom that was likely caused by rodents. MICHAEL HELLER

Sag Harbor Firefighter Bob Bori

Sag Harbor Firefighter Bob Bori

authorStaff Writer on Jun 28, 2015
UPDATE: 10:55 a.m. Sunday The fire was electrical in nature, beginning in the ceiling of a second-floor bathroom, but the overall damage caused by the fire was minimal, Bridgehampton Fire... more

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