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Wide risk, wide blame

US report finds further tunnel peril in '06, faults all parties

By Sean P. Murphy and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / July 11, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Federal investigators blamed multiple Big Dig contractors and the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority yesterday for last summer's fatal tunnel collapse, concluding that the wrong kind of glue was used to hold up part of the concrete ceiling and that project oversight was inadequate to detect the problem. (Full article: 1733 words)

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