A Look at the Mark Ruffalo HBO Set Destroyed by Massive Fire

The 613 Automotive Group dealership manager, Chris Busby, gave Inside Edition a look at the grim aftermath.
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A huge blaze ripped through a car dealership in Upstate New York that was being used to shoot an HBO drama series starring Mark Ruffalo and Rosie O'Donnell.

The series, “I Know This Much Is True,” is set in the '90s, and the fire destroyed about 20 vintage cars that had been brought in to capture the time period.

The 613 Automotive Group dealership manager, Chris Busby, gave Inside Edition a look at the grim aftermath.

"Everything is gone, it is a total loss," he said. 

The fire ripped through the area just after 1 a.m. Thursday in the town of Ellenville. 

The series also stars Melissa Leo and Juliette Lewis and is based off the 1998 bestselling novel by Wally Lamb. 

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