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FDNY says discarded cigarette caused massive fire that devastated Brighton Beach Boardwalk

Closed: The two-alarm fire did extensive damage to Tatiana Restaurant on April 14.
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A massive fire ravaged the Brighton Beach Boardwalk along with an iconic local restaurant on Sunday, according to the Fire Department.

More than 100 firefighters responded to the two-alarm blaze, which began April 14 at around 9:45 p.m. near Brighton Sixth Street, according to the department.

The fire started under the Boardwalk, before consuming the exterior of Tatiana restaurant — located along the Boardwalk at 3152 Brighton Sixth St.

The FDNY took to Twitter to confirm that the cause of the fire was accidental.

“Per #FDNY Fire Marshals: Cause of yesterday’s 2-alarm fire, 3152 Brighton 6 St was accidental, carelessly discarded cigarette under boardwalk,” the FDNY said in a Monday afternoon tweet.

One firefighter suffered minor injuries, but refused medical treatment, according to a department spokesperson.

Reach reporter Aidan Graham at agraham@schnepsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–4577.
Updated 4:38 pm, April 17, 2019
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I am guessing either a drunken Russian ora Russian spy trying out a new way to create mischief because when hacking elections are not enough . . . .
April 15, 1:07 pm
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April 15, 6:16 pm
Blanquita Chiquita-Rodriguez-Santa Tomas from Ciudad Juarez says:
I also suffer from toxic masculinity as well as racism towards Latinos. That's why I chose to post a comment with blatant racist overtones. That shows you the caliber of life I have. I'm a grown white male trying to disparage Latina women on the internet, let that sink in. Be Best!
April 15, 7:53 pm
Joe from Greenpoint says:
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April 16, 8:48 am
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If I had half a brain I might be able to post a coherent comment for once.
April 16, 9:21 am
V Putin from Red Square says:
I adore how a drunk idiot setting the boardwalk on fire in the Russian oblast of Brighton Beach took two comments before a bunch of useful idiots hijacked the comment section to support my American President. Good job comrades.
April 16, 1:59 pm
V Putin from Red Square says:
I'm an unusefull drunk idiot.
April 16, 2:05 pm
Anna from Brighton says:
In mother russia you dont set fire, fire set you!
April 16, 2:35 pm
LM from Sheepshead Bay says:
Jeez, this comments section is one giant dumpster fire.
April 16, 4:47 pm
J from Bk says:
Why is it that on the heading of the article it says discarded cig, causes the fire but at the end of the article they write they are trying to determine the cause of the fire?
April 16, 8 pm
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April 16, 8:59 pm
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April 16, 9:02 pm
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April 17, 7:09 am
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April 17, 10:38 am
Jerkov says:
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April 17, 11:12 am
Mr. Pulitzer says:
The troll works at the paper and restored the comments section.
April 17, 7:27 pm

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