Photographed July 20, 2015, an empty burnt-out shell is all that remains of the Port Royal seafood market. Investigators have ruled out arson as the cause of the fire that ripped through the building July 19 and forced one of the area's most popular restaurants, 11th Street Dockside, to close indefinitely. The fire started in the market and grew between the first and second floors in the market's back corner, Beaufort-Port Royal Fire Department Capt. John Robinson said.
Photographed July 20, 2015, an empty burnt-out shell is all that remains of the Port Royal seafood market. Investigators have ruled out arson as the cause of the fire that ripped through the building July 19 and forced one of the area's most popular restaurants, 11th Street Dockside, to close indefinitely. The fire started in the market and grew between the first and second floors in the market's back corner, Beaufort-Port Royal Fire Department Capt. John Robinson said. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
Photographed July 20, 2015, an empty burnt-out shell is all that remains of the Port Royal seafood market. Investigators have ruled out arson as the cause of the fire that ripped through the building July 19 and forced one of the area's most popular restaurants, 11th Street Dockside, to close indefinitely. The fire started in the market and grew between the first and second floors in the market's back corner, Beaufort-Port Royal Fire Department Capt. John Robinson said. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

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