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UPDATE: Sag Harbor Fire May Have Been Caused By Unextinguished Cigarette

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MICHAEL WRIGHT

MICHAEL WRIGHT

MICHAEL WRIGHT

MICHAEL WRIGHT

MICHAEL WRIGHT

MICHAEL WRIGHT

Downtown Sag Harbor 7:30AM

Downtown Sag Harbor 7:30AM

Firefighters from several departments were responding to a fire at the Sag Harbor Cinema Friday morning.

Firefighters from several departments were responding to a fire at the Sag Harbor Cinema Friday morning.

Firefighters from several departments were responding to a blaze at the Sag Harbor Cinema Friday morning.

Firefighters from several departments were responding to a blaze at the Sag Harbor Cinema Friday morning.

The fire seen from the bridge Friday morning. PETER BOODY

The fire seen from the bridge Friday morning. PETER BOODY

Downtown Sag Harbor 7:30AM

Downtown Sag Harbor 7:30AM

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a massive fire on Sag Harbor Main Street Friday morning. BY MICHAEL WRIGHT

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a mass

Multiple fire departments and ambulance companies are on the scene of a mass

authorMichael Wright on Dec 16, 2016
UPDATE: 5 p.m. Monday Investigation of the fire that burned through at least four buildings on Friday may be pointing to a cigarette being at the root of the fire's... more

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