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Firm lacks brake sets to fix Acela

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / April 20, 2005

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Bombardier Inc. of Canada, the company that helped manufacture Amtrak's sidelined Acela Express trains, said yesterday it does not have enough new brake sets to replace all of the damaged ones found in Amtrak's 20-train fleet. (Full article: 394 words)

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