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‘Suspicious in nature’

City fire likely cause: Human involvement

May 15, 2013

The May 8 fire that destroyed a building at 100 Ruggles St. in the city of Dunkirk was likely caused by a human....

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May-15-13 9:55 PM

Urban renewal?

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May-15-13 9:48 AM

Only for Money ..if the owner(s) had insurance on it, Did They have insurance ? then it would make me wonder how, with no power and no gas and the upper part of the building completely open to the elements for the last 2 side walls. Could have been set intentionally or a homeless person lost control of a small fire they had going. But with the degree of the fire and the way it spread, i believe as you do.... set for a reason. Now was it set for making money off insurance or because some one was ticked off about the road widening going on, or just the fact the only part making money was the brick stucture and not the wooden stucture. huummmmm

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May-15-13 5:32 AM

what some ppl will do for $$ in this bad economy is just unspeakable..Someone is not going to randomly pick an empty bldg & set it ablaze for no reason unless they have an incentive behind it..JUST MY PERSONAL OPINION..THAT'S IT.NO NEED TO GET IN A TIZZY ABOUT MY THOUGHTS.

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