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Ex-Big Dig safety official admits he sent memo

Says he stands by authenticity of document

John J. Keaveney said he warned of dangers in construction of the ceiling of the Interstate 90 connector in May 1999.
By Jonathan Saltzman and Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / August 4, 2006

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A former safety official for a Big Dig contractor who has said he wrote a memo in 1999 warning that the Interstate 90 connector ceiling was unsafe acknowledged last night that he mailed the document to the Globe with another man's name and address on the envelope as the sender. (Full article: 808 words)

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