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The first full survey of damage to the Los Angeles freeway system from last month's earthquake has estimated the cost of repairs at $1.4 billion (£950 million).The figure was submitted by California highway authority Caltrans at a state senate hearing into the damage last week.A Caltrans spokeswoman said: 'We are now sure that none of the freeway bridges which had been retrofitted since 1989 were damaged. That shows we are on the right track; we just did not get around to retrofitting ...

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