It's almost Devil's Night, the night when Detroit gangs torch abandoned buildings just to watch them burn. What difference does it make? A big difference, Yellowjacket volunteer Ben Varga learns. When several children are critically injured. Ben swears he'll stop the arsonists for good. Even if it means fighting fire with fire.
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