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August 4, 2006

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Last week, the Globe published a major story on its front page about a memo warning Modern Continental that the Interstate 90 connector ceiling might collapse. The document carried the signature of John J. Keaveney, a former safety officer for Modern Continental. In the memo, Keaveney expressed concern that workers and members of the public might die in such a ... (Full article: 402 words)

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