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Live: Gas explosions and fires in homes in Lawrence, North Andover and Andover

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Residents in three communities north of Boston are being told to evacuate their homes after multiple explosions and fires in the area. Emergency crews have responded to dozens of different addresses and flames could be seen burning at a number of homes. Video footage courtesy of CBS Boston. Massachusetts State Police posted a map showing fires and explosions stretching across a swath of the community, and said, "39 locations confirmed thus far. Number will grow. New responses ongoing." Full story from CBS News: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/lawrence-ma-fire-gas-explosion-suspected-2018-09-13-live-updates/

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