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UPDATE: Fire Marshal Is Investigating Cause Of School Fire

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The brush fire in Eastport. ROB DePIERRO

The brush fire in Eastport. ROB DePIERRO

The brush fire at Old Country Road in Eastport on Wednesday. ROB DePIERRO

The brush fire at Old Country Road in Eastport on Wednesday. ROB DePIERRO

A reported brush fire damaged the Hayground School in Bridgehampton on Wednesday afternoon. CAROL MORAN

A reported brush fire damaged the Hayground School in Bridgehampton on Wednesday afternoon. CAROL MORAN

Volunteers from the Eastport and Center Moriches fire departments as well as the East Moriches Ambulance Corps responded to brushfires on Eastport-Manor Road in Eastport Wednesday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

Volunteers from the Eastport and Center Moriches fire departments as well as the East Moriches Ambulance Corps responded to brushfires on Eastport-Manor Road in Eastport Wednesday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

Volunteers from the Eastport and Center Moriches fire departments as well as the East Moriches Ambulance Corps responded to brushfires on Eastport-Manor Road in Eastport Wednesday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

Volunteers from the Eastport and Center Moriches fire departments as well as the East Moriches Ambulance Corps responded to brushfires on Eastport-Manor Road in Eastport Wednesday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

Volunteers from the Eastport and Center Moriches fire departments as well as the East Moriches Ambulance Corps responded to brushfires on Eastport-Manor Road in Eastport Wednesday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

Volunteers from the Eastport and Center Moriches fire departments as well as the East Moriches Ambulance Corps responded to brushfires on Eastport-Manor Road in Eastport Wednesday afternoon. KYLE CAMPBELL

A fire damaged the building used as a dining hall at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton Wednesday afternoon. BY CAROL MORAN

A fire damaged the building used as a dining hall at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton Wednesday afternoon. BY CAROL MORAN

A fire damaged the building used as a dining hall at the Haygro

A fire damaged the building used as a dining hall at the Haygro

authorStaff Writer on Mar 26, 2014
UPDATE: 2:45 P.M. Southampton Town Chief Fire Marshal Cheryl Kraft said the fire at the Hayground School started outside one of the classrooms before breaking through a window. She also... more

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