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High-End Condo Residents in NYC Complaining About Ambulance Fumes

NEW YORK — In West Chelsea, $5,000 a month can get you a one-bedroom apartment next to the High Line, access to an exclusive patio and sweeping views of the Hudson River.

But now, neighbors say, the pricey real estate also includes exhaust fumes and loud sirens at all hours of the day.

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