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Arson and cooking ruled out as cause of Marco Polo fire

  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / July 14

    Honolulu firefighters battle the seven-alarm blaze at the high-rise Marco Polo condominium. Out of 568 residential units in the 36-story building, more than 80 units were damaged, including 30 that were destroyed, mostly on the 26th through 28th floors.

The Marco Polo high-rise fire that killed three people July 14 and caused at least $100 million in damage was not intentionally set, but investigators continue to search for the cause, the Honolulu Fire Department said Tuesday. Read more

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