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On the night of September 2, 1666, the King’s baker did not completely put out the embers in his oven. After he went to bed, the embers ignited a stack of nearby wood. Soon the baker’s shop and house were ablaze. Most of the buildings in London at that time were made of wood, pitch, and thatch, which caused the fire to spread rapidly. The fire burned for days, and by the time it burned itself out, 80 percent of the city was destroyed. Amazingly, few people died in the fire. The one benefit of the fire was that it killed most of the rats that had been causing the plague.

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  1. anonymous
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    The author views the fire as one of the worst disasters in history. Which supporting detail best demonstrates that viewpoint? The buildings in London were made of flammable material. The fire killed all the rats that were causing the plague. Eighty percent of the city was destroyed. Few people died in the fire

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    A????? @Askonna_meow

  3. anonymous
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    I think b

  4. anonymous
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    thanks

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