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Two ambulances involved in getting a Stoughton man from Logan Airport to Boston Medical Center exited the Ted Williams tunnel via an onramp with a State Police escort yesterday.

Man dies on detour to Boston hospital

Trip from Logan takes 50 minutes

By David Abel
Globe Staff / July 27, 2006

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Despite a State Police escort through detours caused by Big Dig tunnel closings, a 64-year-old man died yesterday during the 50 minutes it took to get him from Logan International Airport to Boston Medical Center by ambulance , officials said. (Full article: 468 words)

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