4 Treated for Smoke Inhalation After Stamford Boat Fire

Four people have been treated for smoke inhalation following a boat fire in Stamford Wednesday night, according to fire officials.

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The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection responded to the scene to clean up approximately 400 gallons of fuel that spilled when the fire broke out, according to fire officials.

No additional information was immediately available.

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