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Residents living on Franklin Street in Brazil had some excitement Wednesday morning, when they got to watch the Special Operations Response Team (S.O.R.T.) from the Terre Haute Federal Penitentiary cross-train a hostage situation with the Clay County Sheriff's Department at a vacant house in the neighborhood.