BY BOB HOLT
A New Jersey landmark that stood for more than 300 years finally fell victim to a fire early Monday morning.
A four-alarm fire destroyed the Sergeantsville Inn of Delaware Township at about 2 a.m. on Monday. The fire remains under investigation.
NBC New York reported that the fire started with smoke coming from the two-story building, and then escalated to flamed coming through the roof, which was partially collapsed.
Chief William Powell of the Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Co said it took 130,000 gallons of water to put out the fire, according to mycentraljersey.com.