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EAST WINDSOR: Discarded cigarette starts fire that destroys townhouse

EAST WINDSOR — A two-alarm blaze that destroyed a Twin Rivers townhouse Wednesday evening is being blamed on a discarded cigarette, according to officials.

According to police, a preliminary investigation revealed that the source of the fire was a metal coffee can located just outside and to the rear of the residence at 218 Probasco Road that was being used by the homeowner to dispose of smoked cigarettes.

The burning can then ignited a propane tank connected to an outdoor grill, which eventually exploded, officials said.


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Liz Longley at Concerts at the Crossing
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