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Firefighters Battle Structure Fire in Sag Harbor; No Injuries Reported

Posted on 13 March 2014

Heller_SHFD 13-35 Robeson Blvd. 3-12-13_3642_LR

Michael Heller photography and reporting 

Heller_SHFD 13-35 Robeson Blvd. 3-12-13_3640_LRAt roughly 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 Sag Harbor firefighters were called to a residence at the corner of Robeson Blvd. and Harrison Street Extension for a report of a structure fire. Arriving units found it to be a working structure fire in an unoccupied residence. Firefighters were initially hampered by a live downed power line lying on the property, but were able to quickly extinguish the flames and bring the fire under control. The Rapid Intervention Team from East Hampton was called to the scene to stand by, and the East Hampton Town Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the fire’s cause and origin.


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4 Responses to “Firefighters Battle Structure Fire in Sag Harbor; No Injuries Reported”

  1. Jan Federico says:

    Well let’s hope that method works for you should YOUR house ever become a working structure fire!! We are extremely fortunate to have these volunteer firefighters who are willing to respond when duty calls. Shame on you!

  2. K. Anderson says:

    Ditto Jan Federico!

  3. E.M. Maxx says:

    Hey Joe , do you live in Sag Harbor ? And Sag Harbor Express staff …… Do you read your Terms of Service located just below this box ?

  4. E.M. Maxx says:

    Guess you do not because this disgusting comment is still up on the site …. Looks like we need to clean house at the Sag Harbor Express

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