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FBI and Massachusetts State Police investigators examined debris that had been craned next to the state trooper’s station yesterday just off the I-90 connector to the Ted Williams Tunnel. The concrete slabs fell from the ceiling of the connector onto a vehicle killing one person.

Mass. crisis of confidence

Romney points to drivers' fears as death probe begins

By Raja Mishra and Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / July 12, 2006

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With a Big Dig flaw now responsible for a death, state officials rushed yesterday to contain an unprecedented crisis of public confidence in the project, launching a sprawling criminal investigation and moving to oust the Turnpike Authority chairman. (Full article: 1507 words)

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