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Firemen getting enhanced pensions

Over 100 reported injuries while filling in for bosses at higher salary levels; Supplements will cost Boston $25m in long run

By Walter V. Robinson and Jesse Nankin
Globe Correspondents / January 7, 2008

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In the last six years, 102 Boston firefighters have substantially enhanced their tax-free disability pensions by claiming career-ending injuries while they were filling in for superiors at higher pay grades, according to a Globe review of city retirement and payroll records. (Full article: 1420 words)

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