For the last three weeks, Robbins Street in Toms River has been ground zero for Pokémon Go. But if you're a player, you may have noticed changes today.

Robbins Street has been a mega-popular place for players to gather because of the nearly half dozen Pokéstops on the block.

But today, after concerns were raised by Toms River Fire District One, two of the game's power-up spots have been removed from the street; the firehouse, and the fire memorial that is directly across the street from the firehouse.

Players are still able to collect their power-ups and lure creatures at three stops on Robbins Street; Uncle Dood's Donuts, The Toms River Community Church, and the Fireman's Memorial on the corner of Robbins and Washington Streets.

What do you think, is it good that these stops were removed from the game for safety purposes, or do you think it was unnecessary? Comment below and let us know your opinion!

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