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Mark O'Neill of the Boston Emergency Service measured a window early yesterday morning of the third floor, where the fire is thought to have started.
Mark O'Neill of the Boston Emergency Service measured a window early yesterday morning of the third floor, where the fire is thought to have started. (Globe Staff Photo / Justine Hunt) Globe Staff Photo / Justine Hunt

2 BU students killed in blaze

Third person hurt; 30 are displaced

By Brian R. Ballou and Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / February 25, 2007

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Boston fire officials are investigating what caused a blaze to rip through an Audubon Circle apartment building yesterday , killing two Boston University students, injuring a third man, and displacing 30 people, many of them college students. (Full article: 1449 words)

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