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Bridge's falling ice called fluke of nature

Design not seen as cause, but the problem could reoccur

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / March 15, 2005

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Big Dig officials and the engineer who designed the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge yesterday dismissed concerns about falling ice from the span's cable stays, calling Sunday's alarming cascade a ''fluke" caused by the weather. (Full article: 642 words)

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