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It's not clear what caused the explosion and fire. Arson investigators were on scene to determine if there was any criminal activity.

A hazmat team was at the scene to ensure the safety of those who were exposed.

The Florida Forest Service was on the scene to ensure that the fire didn't become a wildfire with all the plant overgrowth located near the burning building.


- to be on scene to do something

- to be on the scene to do something

- to be at the scene to do something

May I ask if these are interchangeable?

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Hi,



- to be on scene to do something

- to be on the scene to do something

- to be at the scene to do something

May I ask if these are interchangeable?



Yes.

2 and 3 are pretty common. 1 sounds like 'newspaper talk'.

Clive
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Thank you, Clive.