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150 MBTA buses pulled after 2 crashes

Both drivers cite difficulty steering

Buses of this model, parked in Charlestown yesterday, will be inspected before resuming service.
Buses of this model, parked in Charlestown yesterday, will be inspected before resuming service. (Globe Photo / Michael Dwyer) Globe Photo / Michael Dwyer
By Lucas Wall and Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / July 16, 2005

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The MBTA yanked 150 buses -- 15 percent of its fleet -- off the road yesterday for emergency inspections after two crashes involving steering problems with the same model vehicle. (Full article: 760 words)

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