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Warehouse had a long list of safety violations

Burned buildings ordered razed, called dangerous

By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / August 24, 2010

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The warren of abandoned warehouses along Norfolk Avenue in Roxbury that turned into an inferno Saturday night had a history of safety hazards, with reports of a crumbling tower, bowing walls, collapsing roofs, and missing bricks, according to city records. (Full article: 864 words)

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