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Big Dig tunnels spring 237 leaks

Costs climb as state plugs serious spots Engineers say fixes could go on for years

By Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / January 13, 2008

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Despite repeated assurances that it had Big Dig leaks under control, the Turnpike Authority has allowed the number of leaks to explode in the last two years and has been forced to launch a fresh effort to plug hundreds of trouble spots, according to an analysis of Big Dig records. (Full article: 1223 words)

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