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Scaffold maker cites absence of a crane

Says it could have averted fatal collapse

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / April 7, 2006

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Investigators are focusing on the disconnection of a metal tie that had secured a three-ton scaffold before it plunged onto Boylston Street and killed two workers and a passing motorist, but questions emerged yesterday about whether the presence of a crane might have averted the tragedy. (Full article: 631 words)

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