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Big Dig collapse prompts renewed scrutiny (AP)
Populux | July 11, 2006 at 08:36 pmby
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BOSTON - At least 12 tons of concrete collapsed onto a car in a Big Dig tunnel, fatally crushing a passenger and prompting renewed scrutiny Tuesday of a troubled highway project that is already the costliest in U.S. history. The state attorney general said he plans to treat the site as a crime scene that could lead to negligent homicide charges. The attorney general's office already has begun issuing subpoenas to those involved in the design, manufacturing, testing, construction and oversight of ...