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Big Dig firm apologizes, considers fund for repairs

By Raphael Lewis and Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / December 3, 2004

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Top executives of the company managing the Big Dig, testifying at a packed State House hearing yesterday, apologized for lapses that led to a massive leak in the Interstate 93 northbound tunnel wall on Sept. 15, and agreed to consider the creation of an unusual escrow fund to pay for future leak repairs. (Full article: 1376 words)

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