In early November, Seahaven resident Lena Bivens woke up around 1 a.m. to a cacophony of mysterious crackling, booming and popping. When she opened the door to the living room, where her teenage daughter was sleeping on the sofa, she discovered a room suffused with smoke and French glass doors and windows beginning to burst. Ms. Bivens rushed . . .

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