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Evaporating solvents from tank eyed as cause of Danvers blast

By David Abel
Globe Staff / February 7, 2007

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Federal investigators said yesterday that a heated mixing tank filled with 2,000 gallons of printing ink ingredients, including flammable solvents, may have evaporated and led to an explosion Nov. 22 that leveled much of the surrounding Danvers neighborhood. (Full article: 513 words)

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