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Sumner Tunnel's ceiling crumbling, Romney says

No `undue risk'; repairs to begin next summer

By Scott Allen and Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / September 27, 2006

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Much of the concrete ceiling in the Sumner Tunnel is crumbling and in danger of falling after years of neglect, Governor Mitt Romney warned yesterday, and drivers already frustrated by Big Dig tunnel closures will probably face more backups when the major airport-to-downtown route is repaired. (Full article: 1271 words)

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