Read this excerpt from the great fire. as soon as the first shouts of "fire! " were heard, scores of people swarmed toward de koven street. many their neighbors fight the fire or drag furniture and clothes to the safety of the street. most stood by watching the yellow-orange flames leaping from roof to roof and listening to the horrible crackle pop of dry pine being consumed. fires were extremely common back then and thought to be as exciting and dramatic as a night at the theater. which statement best describes the effect of people shouting, “fire! ”?