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Danversport Bakery and the Pizza Factory restaurant were heavily damaged in yesterday’s explosion.
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Bakers hustling to fill holiday orders escape building collapse

By Kathy McCabe and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / November 23, 2006

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DANVERS -- Most of the residents of the old Cape homes near the Crane River, including many retirees, were asleep. But inside Danversport Bakery, the lights were on and the ovens were hot. Four bakers worked feverishly, bagging bread and kneading slabs of dough for the Portuguese sweet rolls the bakery is famous for. In a few hours, customers would ... (Full article: 571 words)

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