UPDATE: Second Sag Harbor Building Demolished, Parts Of Third May Have To Come Down Also - 27 East

UPDATE: Second Sag Harbor Building Demolished, Parts Of Third May Have To Come Down Also

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The fire began early Friday morning and destroyed much of the five buildings near the cinema in Sag Harbor. JEN NEWMAN

The fire began early Friday morning and destroyed much of the five buildings near the cinema in Sag Harbor. JEN NEWMAN

Alicia Maiuri gets into character. MICHELLE TRAURING

Alicia Maiuri gets into character. MICHELLE TRAURING

Debris on Sag Main Street, Friday. JEN NEWMAN

Debris on Sag Main Street, Friday. JEN NEWMAN

Debris on Sag Main Street, Friday. JEN NEWMAN

Debris on Sag Main Street, Friday. JEN NEWMAN

Fifth-grader Brandon Cirincione participated in the annual "Hoops for Heart" fundraiser at East Quogue Elementary School on Friday. ALEXA GORMAN

Fifth-grader Brandon Cirincione participated in the annual "Hoops for Heart" fundraiser at East Quogue Elementary School on Friday. ALEXA GORMAN

Fire and police officials survey the scene with Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman. JEN NEWMAN

Fire and police officials survey the scene with Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman. JEN NEWMAN

The Sag Harbor Cinema was demolished on Friday night. Crews managed to salvage the sign.   DANA SHAW

The Sag Harbor Cinema was demolished on Friday night. Crews managed to salvage the sign. DANA SHAW

author on Dec 16, 2016
UPDATE: 4:30 p.m. Monday Sag Harbor Village Building Inspector Thomas Preiato said on Monday that it's possible a portion of a third building damaged by Friday's fire may have to... more

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