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A bus was escorted through the Ted Williams Tunnel yesterday. Ninety-one percent of those polled said inspectors will find more problems with ceiling panels in Big Dig tunnels.
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Poll suggests little confidence in tunnel safety

Half blame contractors for problems

By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / July 23, 2006

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The public primarily blames contractors for the fatal ceiling collapse in a Big Dig tunnel, but is deeply skeptical that anyone will be prosecuted, according to a new Boston Globe poll that indicates widespread cynicism and safety concerns about the $14.6 billion project. (Full article: 1263 words)

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