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Fire Marshal Determines Cause of Rehoboth Beach Fire

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REHOBOTH BEACH, Del.- The Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office has determined that Tuesday's building fire in Rehoboth Beach was accidental.

The blaze, reported shortly before 2 p.m. happened inside an apartment unit over top Just in Thyme Restaurant on the 38000 block of Robinson Drive. The Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company extinguished the fire.

State fire investigators were called to the scene to determine what caused the fire. Investigators concluded the fire started inside apartment #2 when cooking materials were left heating without supervision.

Investigators said there was heavy fire damage to the structure, estimated at $50,000. There were no reported injuries.

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