REVERE — City and state officials on Sunday worked to find the cause of the Saturday fire that destroyed an iconic furniture and appliance store on Route 60, as smoke continued to billow from the center of the building’s remnants. The fast-moving five-alarm blaze that demolished the landmark Sozio store on Route 60 caused explosions among appliances inside the store and parked cars nearby, officials said Saturday.
FRAMINGHAM — US Senator Edward Markey vowed Sunday to drive a vote on gun control in the Senate this year, as students who survived a mass shooting at their Florida high school said they were planning national protests against gun violence. Markey called gun violence a public health issue, saying there was a correlation between gun control and the reduction of number of people harmed by guns.
An 11-month old baby girl from Quincy died Saturday at a Boston hospital, two days after she was taken there for a medical emergency, the Norfolk district attorney’s office said. The state medical examiner’s office will conduct an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death, said David Traub, a spokesman for the DA’s office. State Police assigned to the office and Quincy police are investigating, he said.
@hoopgroup4@realOBF Hello Mr. Bundchen — I’m John Hilliard, a reporter for @BostonGlobe — we’re writing about the Sozio fire, would you be interested in sharing your memories about the store? Please DM me — thanks!
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