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Grim message: Texting can kill

Perils ignored too often, say driving experts

The MBTA has been warning workers about the dangers of text messaging and cellphones. The MBTA has been warning workers about the dangers of text messaging and cellphones. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Matt Collette and John M. Guilfoil
Globe Correspondent / May 10, 2009

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After Friday's Green Line crash in which a driver was sending a text message as his train smashed into another, a state lawmaker and driving safety experts are stressing the dangers of texting behind the wheel. (Full article: 534 words)

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