Yeshiva sued over huge fire at allegedly illegal dorm

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LAKEWOOD – An insurance company based in Bergen County has filed suit against a Yeshiva, alleging the Jewish study institution was to blame for a fire that destroyed a house where 27 students were illegally rooming. United Specialty Insurance Company claims in court papers that Yeshiva Gedola of Lakewood rented a house for male students ages…

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