Up to 70 fires are being reported in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover
Officials in Massachusetts say there are up to 70 fires burning in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover after problems with the natural gas system.
Officials said residents who have gas service with Columbia Gas should leave their homes immediately
The fires started Thursday in parts of Massachusetts and are being attributed to problems with the gas system
The fires have destroyed at least 50 homes in the Boston area, according to local media reports
A building in Lawrence is on fire following multiple gas explosions on Thursday evening. At least four people in the area were hospitalized
The Massachusetts State Police released an image of a map showing where the fires are. Officials confirmed there are up to 70 fires burning
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