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Midnight snackers in the Hayes-Bickford lunch last night were sent scurrying for shelter when an explosion in the kitchen rocked the building. Soon a fire developed, bringing a swarm of fire engines to the scene only to find a meagre blaze which was soon put out.
Two chemical trucks and two hook and ladders rushed to the scene led by the chief's car, but there was not enough to worry the active firemen for most of then packed up and went home, leaving a solo truck to attend to the fire.
Questioning the determined firemen revealed only that the configuration was started by some sort of explosion in a gas stove. However, a stalwart representative of Cambridge's efficient brigade volunteered "We have the situation well in hand."
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