<p>Don't know if this will help, but it's worth a shot.
1. Launch Safari with the [Shift] key pressed (this will keep Safari from trying to open the last page it visited).
2. Under the 'Develop' menu, select the option to 'Empty Caches'.
4. In Safari's preferences, under the 'Privacy' tab, click the button to 'Remove All Website Data'
5. Quit Safari.
6. Re-open Safari and see if it's working now.
keeping fingers crossed
Good luck! : )
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