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Topic - Pat Mcgarry
A fast-moving fire that sent up a towering cloud of black smoke destroyed at least seven boats and damaged others Friday at a marina near this northwest Washington community.
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McGarry said his yacht had about 400 gallons of diesel fuel on board.
McGarry, who lives on the waterfront across the bay from the marina, said when he first heard of the blaze he tried to drive down to rescue his boat, but the way was blocked.