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    Perched on a ladder of an Ogunquit Fire Department truck, an investigator with the State Fire Marshal's Office takes a photo of the Blue Water Inn in Ogunquit on Wednesday.

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    Investigators with the State Fire Marshal's Office examine the remains of the Blue Water Inn in Ogunquit on Wednesday.

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    State investigators say their investigation probably will require peeling away badly damaged sections of the Blue Water Inn with excavating equipment. "We only get one shot at it," says Sgt. Ken Grimes of the Fire Marshal's Office.

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    Fire officials say Tuesday's blaze at the Blue Water Inn caused electrical wires to fall into the roadway, preventing some firefighters and equipment from accessing the scene until Central Maine Power could shut down power to the area.

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    Investigators with the State Fire Marshal's Office examine an area of the Blue Water Inn in Ogunquit on Wedensday, a day after a windswept fire destroyed the building.

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    The charred ruins of The Blue Water Inn in Ogunquit stand along the Ogunquit River about 100 yards from Ogunquit Beach. The inn was slated to open for the season this Saturday.

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