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    :: Saturday, April 08, 2006 ::

    City given analysis of scaffold accident - The Boston Globe
    The report ''discusses what evidently happened, but not why it happened, as that is still speculation,' John Macomber said in an e-mail. ''There are no 'conclusions' about the cause. That's up to [the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration] and other authorities.'

    With federal investigators not required to finish their probe until October, Macomber's response indicated the public may have to wait weeks or months for a definitive explanation of the collapse, which left many Boston residents questioning the safety of many construction sites.
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