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With an investigation into the cause of the fire complete, insurers can now move to begin assessing the devastation left behind on the Seaside boardwalk in New Jersey.

Fifty or so businesses sit charred and gutted on the legendary New Jersey shore boardwalk shared by the towns of Seaside Heights and Seaside Park after a fast-moving Sept. 12 fire—requiring the response of hundreds of firefighters—engulfed businesses freshly reopened after Superstorm Sandy struck the Jersey coastline about a year ago.

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