Investigation into Milford wildfire ends without answer

Officials say the cause of the massive Milford brush fire that destroyed 50 acres of land last month may never be known.The blaze badly damaged

MILFORD - Officials say the cause of the massive Milford brush fire that destroyed 50 acres of land last month may never be known.

The blaze badly damaged the Beaverbrook recreational trails and boardwalk.

The fire marshal's office has decided not to continue its investigation.

Beaverbrook Park boardwalk partially destroyed by Milford fireFirefighters: Milford brush fire extinguished

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