Massachusetts prosecutors drop charges against Big Dig company

12/18/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts prosecutors have dropped manslaughter charges against a company for the collapse of a section of the Big Dig tunnel in Boston that killed a passenger in a car. However, the state will require Powers Fasteners to pay $16 million in damages to the state and city. The New York epoxy vendor must also stop selling the fast-drying epoxy adhesive implicated in the collapse, and recall all of the product now in the field.

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