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Manhole blazes are jolt to routine in the North End

Antonio Rossi, a longtime North End resident, surveyed the scene on Hanover Street yesterday afternoon after manholes erupted in the area of the second night in a row.
By Michael Levenson and David Abel
Globe Correspondent And Globe Staff / August 12, 2005

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For the second night in a row, a series of burning, belching manhole fires turned the streets of the North End into a chiaroscuro of smoke and flames that drew firefighters, residents, mayoral aides, and curious onlookers feasting on takeout Chinese food. (Full article: 684 words)

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