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A wooden fence fell along the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston; residents are demanding more lasting protection.

After storm, Pike faces complaints

Residents renew calls for barrier

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / December 13, 2005

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Massachusetts Turnpike Authority officials assured Allston residents living next to the Pike this year that a $200,000 wooden fence would offer enough protection from traffic and snow plowed off a new westbound breakdown lane. (Full article: 274 words)

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