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Nine in Somerville and forty in Central Park at twelve forty on WCBS the fire chief in Scottsboro Alabama says at least eight people were killed in an explosive fire that consumed at least thirty five vessels and marina along the Tennessee River I'm Jim chrysalis Scottsboro Alabama Mandy Durham could do little more than watch in horror from a nearby dock as a huge fire roared through some three dozen house boats in the marina on the Tennessee River it was a horrible thing there was nothing we could do with a fire truck got here it was far too hard for them to get up to it there if people screaming trying to get off of the dog several people had to be treated for hypothermia after jumping in the cold water to flee the flames Jim chrysalis CBS news Scottsboro Alabama General Motors is spending more than two billion dollars to refurbish an under used the factory in Detroit so we can build electric and self driving vehicles