Oil-Soaked Cotton Rags Blamed As Cause Of Overnight Cassadaga Fire

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CASSADAGA – Investigators have determined what sparked a residential fire in the Village of Cassadaga overnight.

The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Fire Investigation Team responded to 22 High Street around 3 a.m.

Investigators determined the blaze originated on the rear porch of the residence, after oil-soaked cotton rags caught fire.

No injuries were reported. The homeowners are now being assisted by the Red Cross.


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