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Fire at Australian marina destroys three

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At least three yachts were destroyed after an explosion and fire at a marina in Sydney’s inner west, according to news reports.



Police told ABC News that the fire began just before 3 a.m. local time at the d’Albora Marina in Cabarita. ABC News is the country’s public broadcasting network.



More than 30 firefighters fought the fire, but two of the yachts sank.



Police told ABC they are treating the fire as suspicious.

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