There are more than ten emergency vehicles with their lights flashing and two ladders up at 672 Decatur Street as we write this, but when we ran out to take a photo, we didn’t see any fire or smoke — yet. The three-story wood frame house is located between Thomas Boyland and Saratoga Avenue. Update: We count eight fire trucks and four ambulances, as well as other assorted responders, including vehicles marked “hazmat” and “major emergency response.”
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