Safety questions linger after Lajoie's fire

NORWALK - Yesterday?s fire at Lajoie's Auto Wrecking in Norwalk has neighbors concerned for their safety.

Prior to yesterday, Lajoie?s had already been the site of a number of fires and safety emergencies.

State environmental officials say the fire did not create any serious environmental hazard, but Mayor Richard Moccia today called for a special meeting to discuss Lajoie?s recurring safety issues.

Authorities say the fire started in a two-story sheet-metal building that is used to shred cars.

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