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US says force of explosion was blunted

By Andrew C. Ryan
Globe Correspondent / December 2, 2006

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People probably would have died if the massive industrial explosion in Danvers last week had not occurred in the middle of the night when residents were protected in their beds, according to an initial assessment released yesterday by federal investigators. (Full article: 168 words)

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