DETROIT, Mich. - It's the first time in nearly 20 years the City of Detroit has seen so few fires on Angel's Night weekend. Friday night, there were only 11 fires reported in the city. The day before firefighters battled 17, and only half of those were started on purpose.
3,500 volunteer Angels and firefighters were out this year, helping to cut down on the number of arsons. Some of those volunteers still on patrol tonight. An ordinance prohibiting the dispensing of fuel into portable containers is still in effect until midnight.